March, 2013: Operation ASHA has been ranked 48th amongst top 100 NGOs in the world in 2013.
In a special January/February 2013 issue, The Global Journal released its Top 100 NGOs list– the first comprehensive ranking of organizations operating within the non-profit world.
For the purposes of this project, they defined NGOs as operational or advocacy focused non-profit organizations active at the local, national or international level. The 2013 list features NGOs from 27 countries and working across a range of sectors: from building a fleet of motorbikes and off-road ambulances to ensure the delivery of vital health care resources across Africa, to pioneering video as a popular tool for the protection of human rights. The Global Journal considered a pool of approximately 450 NGOs this year based on three key criteria: impact, innovation and sustainability.
Among the pool of 450 NGOs, Operation ASHA was ranked 48th. Operation ASHA is one of the six NGOs selected in Top 100 from India.