Livelihoods/Rural development/ Poverty alleviation

Pragati Koraput

To build such a self-reliant society, free from hunger and exploitation, where everyone have right to dignified means of livelihood and through collective action ensure socio-economic justice and ecological balance. The mission of the organisation is To strengthen People’s Organizations that will protect, utilize, control and manage local resources through collective action, ensure sustainable development […]

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Development Support Center (DSC) is a resource organization that provides knowledge- based support to Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), Corporate Houses (CSRs), Government Agencies, Community Based Organizations and other stakeholders in the field of Participatory Natural Resource Management (PNRM) and sustainable livelihoods.

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The Human Development

The Human Development is a voluntary organization committed to self sustaining, people centred, culturally sensitive and ecologically balanced development of the poor and the underprivileged in the state of Orissa. The organisation strongly believes that change is a dynamic process, and so, it adheres to a dynamic work culture. Our efforts take a right-based approach,

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Jagruti Welfare Organisation is a society registered under Societies Registration Act 1860 since 1996. It is now a leading Organisation in the field of handling solid waste and has the vision of providing a healthy and clean environment to the citizens. It is an organization of qualified professionals to handle multifarious activities as a team.

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Ibtada/ RCRC

Ibtada is a not for profit, non-governmental development organisation working in the Mewat region of Rajasthan. It is a small endeavor to mainstream the deprived women of this region by organizing, educating and empowering them. Ibtada works in about 400 villages in 6 Blocks of Alwar, Rajasthan. This is the most backward region of Mewat

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Harsha Trust

Harsha Trust has operated in Odisha since 2002. By the year 2020, we have already worked with 1,80,000 families to enhance their income by atleast 50% of their existing incomes. Our vision is to eliminate hunger and malnutrition in the backward pockets of the state, actively supported by the community, other NGO partners, government and

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CYSD (Centre for Youth and Social Development) is a non-government and non-profit organization established in 1982, working to improve the quality of lives of tribal, rural and urban poor in Odisha, with a primary focus to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, ensuring social inclusion and justice, good governance and citizen’s right. Helping communities identify and

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DSS visualizes, self-sufficient and self managed villages in Orissa where each and every individual across the communities, live in peace and harmony without fear of discrimination or denied justice. Every individual to maintain a prosperous life with self-dignity and concern for community and environment at large. DSS aims at working with geographically vulnerable communities as

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The Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society (CECOEDECON) is one of Rajasthan’s leading civil society organizations. It’s early footprints in the area of disaster relief have eventually progressed into imprinting its presence in more than 15 districts across the states of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The organization has evolved, from a needs-based approach



SWISSAID is committed to improving the living conditions and future opportunities of smallholder families, women and children in the global South, with whom it works on an equal footing in all its projects. Practical action on the ground and political engagement in Switzerland: as an expert in agroecology and gender equality and with a keen

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