National Foundation for Communal Harmony (NFCH)was set up as an autonomous organisation under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, and registered on the 19th February, 1992.
The main objective of NFCH is providing assistance for the physical and psychological rehabilitation of the child victims of communal, caste, ethnic or terrorist violence, with special reference to their care, education and training besides promoting communal harmony, fraternity and national integration.
The Home Minister is ex-officio chairman of the Governing Council of the Foundation.
The Governing Council decides broad policies, suggests measures for achieving its objectives and exercises overall supervision over the Foundation.
The ex-officio chairman of the Executive Council of the Foundation is the Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs.
The management and administration of the Foundation rests with the Executive Council.
The Secretary of the Foundation is its principal executive officer.
It organises the Communal Harmony Campaigncoinciding with the Qaumi Ekta Week and also observes the Communal Harmony Flag Day.
The Foundation promotes Communal Harmony and strengthens National Integration.
Under its Project ‘Assist’, the NFCH also provides financial assistance for relief and rehabilitation of children rendered orphan or destitute in communal, caste, ethnic or terrorist violence.