Partners

During the 2011/2012 Fiscal Year, the work of The Hunger Project-India was implemented across eight states of India in partnership with 48 partner NGOs and Community-Based Organisations (CBOs). The work is funded by international agencies and by thousands of committed individual Hunger Project investors from India and around the world.

Funding Partners

The Hunger Project India has partnered with the following donors to implement the programme at the grassroots:

  • CORDAID for Strengthening Women’s Leadership to Eliminate Hunger and Poverty in Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu
  • Environmental Defense Fund for Raising Awareness about Climate Change issues with Elected Women in Gram Panchayats in Uttarakhand and Maharashtra
  • Forum Syd for facilitating federations in Uttarakhand
  • Ribbink Van Den Hoek Foundation for Women’s Leadership Workshops and Follow-up
    Workshops in Madhya Pradesh
  • UN Democracy Fund (UNDEF) for WLWs and Follow-up Workshops in Rajasthan
  • UN Women for Strengthening Women’s Political Leadership in Local Governance in India in
    the five States of Bihar, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha and Rajasthan.

Implementing Partners

State Organisation
Bihar Abhiyan
Aman Public Charitable Trust
Bihar Sewa Samiti

Izad
Lok Madhyam
Nav Bihar Samaj Kalyan Pratisthan Kendra
Nirdesh

Parivartan Vikas
Karnataka Action for Social and Educational Development Association (Aseda)
Jana Shikshana Trust (Jst)
Organisation for Development of People (ODP)
SAMARASA
Sumana
Vikasana
Madhya Pradesh Anupama Education Society
Bhopal Rehabilitation
Gram Sudhar Samiti
Mahila Samiti
Manav Jeevan Vikas Samiti
Om Shiksha Samiti
Sampark Samaj
Sathiya Welfare Society
Sevi Santhan
Maharashtra Parivartan
Odisha Ayauskam
Nari Surakhya Samiti (NSS)
Development Agency for Poor and Tribal Awakening (DAPTA)
Institute for Women’s Development (IWD)
People’s Cultural Centre (PECUC)
People’s Institute for Participatory Action Research (PIPAR)
Rajasthan Alwar Mewat Institute For Education & Development (Amied)
Astha Sansthan
Cecoedecon
Jan Chetna Sansthan
Jan Shiksha Evam Vikas Sansthan
Jatan Sansthan
Society For All Round Development (Sard)
Society To Uplift Rural Economy (Sure)
Urmul Setu Sansthan
Tamil Nadu Centre for Education and Empowerment of Marginalised (CEEMA)
Centre for Social Education and Development (CSED)
Development Education & Environment Protection Society (DEEPS Trust)
Ekta
Island Trust
Uttarakhand Association for Rural Planning and Action (ARPAN)
Grameen Utthan Samiti (GUS)
Kasturba Mahila Utthan Mandal (KMUM)
Lakshmi Ashram (LA)
Self Awareness Resource and Learning Trust (SARAL)