The focus of the organization is “Rural development and management of natural resources combined with participatory village development.” Aman has been working with other grassroot-level organizations for 15 years and has developed a focus on environmental children’s rights.
Himalayan Environmental Studies and Conservation (HESCO)
HESCO has over 30 years of experience developing and applying simple technologies for the sustainable development of Himalayan rural areas. Through innovative and ecologically sound solutions and effective results in their areas of intervention, HESCO has gained national and international recognition and reputation.
Tarun Prayavaran Vigyan Sanstha (TPVS)
Organization is involved with environmental, nutritional, child and women issues for more than 17 years. The organization currently works in Uttarkashi, Tehri Garhwal and Rudraprayag, and works closely with development aid organizations and government agencies.
HIMAD is an organization that advocates for children’s rights. It strongly believes that social change in communities can be achieved through intensive community participation and grassroots mobilization.
DKD (Daliyon Ka Dagriya)
DKD believes in a holistic and sustainable approach to the development for the mountain people based on their cultural values, traditions and resources.
Centre for Education and Communication (CEC)
CEC is focused on upholding labour rights and strives for a world in which all workers and small producers are empowered to live lives of rights, dignity, equality and justice. CEC develops basic concepts, policies and solutions that take into account changes in the world of work, and works together with other civil society actors to achieve this.
HAQ – centre for Child Rights
HAQ aims at recognition, protection and promotion of all rights for all children, by emphasizing the need to look at the child in an integrated manner and fill the conceptual and practical gaps, making crosscutting linkages between all categories of children, especially including children who are disadvantaged on account of their gender, caste, class, ethnicity, ability and location, and issues affecting them.
Dr. A.V Baliga Memorial Trust
Baliga Trust is operating its diversified activities in slums and resettlement colonies of National Capital Territory of Delhi and performing various developmental activities comprising education, women’s empowerment livelihood promotion, child rights and protection, health and sanitation for over five decades.
Ankur Society for Alternatives in Education (ANKUR)
Since 1983, Ankur has been working in the field of experimental pedagogy, with children, young people, women and communities in underserved working-class settlements of Delhi.
Nirantar is a resource center for gender and education. Since its inception in 1993, Nirantar has focused on the use of education processes as a route towards enabling women and young people to empower themselves in their everyday lives.
Since 1969 MC is a pioneer in providing health, nutrition, and childcare services to children at construction sites and urban slums to the most vulnerable children in need of urgent interventions, therefore MC has experience of working with migrant families for the last 52 years.
Participatory Action for Community Empowerment (PACE)
The organization is committed for people centered development with the mission of empowering Dalits, women and children. It believes in participatory approaches and methodologies for empowering the community-based organization like SHGs, children’s groups and youth groups.
Samudaik Kalyan Evam Vikas Sansthan (SKVS)
The organization came in existence with the objective of ensuring the rights of Dalit /minority/socially excluded women and children with the ultimate aim leading to social equality. SKVS is involved in the advocacy for the access to the entitlement and rights of the Marginalized community –Mushar (Rat catching community), Muslims, Schedule Castes etc.
Manav Sansadhan Evam Mahila Vikas Sansthan (MSEMVS)
MSEMVS is working for promoting rights of children and women. It has been working on the issues of child welfare, education, health and livelihood focusing children, women and marginalized population. MSEMVS works towards increasing the participation of most deprived sections of society in mainstream development processes.
Vigyan Foundation is a non-government organization working with a right based approach. It strongly believes and promotes networks and alliances for advocacy of the rights of the most vulnerable and marginalized communities.
Sarathi Development Foundation
Sarathi Development Foundation is working for more than 20 years on participatory principles to prioritize and address needs of children, adolescent girls and women in the sphere of integrated community development.
Society for Welfare & Advancement of Rural Generations (SWARG)
SWARG works for social, political and economic empowerment of poor people, protection of human rights, gender issues, right to food, grassroots justice delivery system and environment conservation in rural and urban areas.
Koshish Charitable Trust
Koshish works for social, political and economic empowerment of poor people, protection of human rights, gender issues, Right to Food, grassroots justice delivery system and environment conservation in rural and urban areas.
Bhoomika Vihar has been working on the land rights, minimum wages, women’s rights, child rights, and illiteracy, feudal and other social issues since its inception. The organization had also made effort in drawing the attention of the people to the issues pertaining to women rights several years.
Disha Vihar has closely worked with the people in diara land who were displaced by the Ganga flood and the fishing community in Munger district. The organization has taken up women rights issues and local governance issues in its operational area.
Matsya-Mewat Shiksha Evam Vikas Sansthan (MMSVS)
MMSVS is working all over Rajasthan, more focused in eastern part of Rajasthan. MMSVS believes that ultimately people should take lead for the solution of their problems and it has to facilitate and enable people’s initiatives to take place for final decision and action.
Mahila Jan Adhikar Samiti (MJAS)
Mahila Jan Adhikar Samiti (MJAS) is a grassroots feminist organization based in central Rajasthan dedicated to inclusivity and equality. It works with various marginalized groups of the society for dignity, safety and security, recognizing self-worth and empowerment of women and children.
Centre for Labour Research and Action (CLRA)
Centre for Labour Research and Action (CLRA) is a non-profit organization which promotes workers’ rights in India’s informal economy and focuses mainly on families of migrant workers. CLRA’s advocacy work includes combating child labour at the national level, setting up Government task forces and drafting an intergovernmental protocol to eliminate child trafficking.
Centre Direct works for raising awareness on violence, health, education, development and critical issues of children and women. It is involved in production and distribution of creative materials on children and women rights issues and building knowlege feminist issues.
Abhiyan focuses on a rights-based model, as well as the formation and expansion of existing community organizations such as self-help groups and peace committees.