Our Partners


ISAP is a not-for-profit organization, with one of the largest networks of agriculture and allied sector professionals in India with an aim to foster and sustain resource development and livelihood enhancement for rural communities. ISAP has a dedicated full time staff of more than 300 full time staff members across 25 field offices in more than 17 states.



Pradan is a not for profit organization working to promote livelihoods of rural community through direct engagement of qualified and concerned professionals. It follows an area saturation approach and currently works with over 271,921 families in 5,159 villages across 7 of the poorest states in the country.


Akshayapatra Foundation manages the largest NGO managed mid day meal programme in the world. The Akshaya Patra Foundation came into being in the year 2000 to address two of the most immediate challenges of India - hunger and education by providing unlimited food to attract children to schools. Akshaya Patra offers unlimited, nutrition-rich food everyday to 1.4 million underserved school children in about 10,000 government schools in 23 locations, across 10 states of India. 

AFPRO is a not for profit organization, providing socio-technical support for ensuring food security and developing livelihoods through proper natural resource management, continuing its unique focus on the development and management of water resources. It reaches out to poor and marginalized communities throughout India, particularly small and marginal farmers, landless, tribals, and others having urgent needs.



Sikshana Foundation is a not for profit organization with a goal to evolve a sustainable and replicable model for an effective and decentralized public education system at the primary level based on good management practices.




Deshkal Society is a not for profit organization with the vision of socially and economically inclusive development with dignity, equity, and justice for all through interventions in the thematic areas of the elementary education, right to homestead land, sustainable rural livelihoods and culture.



Centre for Applied Research & Extension (CARE) is a nonprofit organization with the mission to support communities in the areas of providing quality education, elimination of child labor, access to health, drinking water, and agriculture technologies and manage natural resources thorough participatory approaches benefiting poorer sections apart from developing unity and create equality among the people in society.


ACCESS Development Services  is a national livelihoods promotion not for profit organization with focus on incubating innovations and promoting sustainable livelihood models for the poor. It works at all levels of the value chain implementing programmes on the ground (currently in 32 locations across nine States), with a vision to build capacity of community-based institutions that deliver relevant financial and livelihood services to the poor and unreached households


Habitat for Humanity is an International NGO having presence in India since 1983, working on providing 60 million dwellings and the social, economic, sense of dignity and pride for India’s underprivileged. Their work areas include disaster management, water and sanitation, women empowerment, health and livelihood.