Explore our current hosts

Explore the organizations that make change possible



Centre & East


North India


A place for motivated teachers and young thinkers to unlearn topics they had studied through the traditional method of teaching and learn a creative, curious and critical thinking approach to education. Aavishkar promotes the freedom to ask questions and be curious, specially about science and math.

Centre For Pastoralism

CfP works with pastoral communities to enhance their livelihood security, gain mainstream recognition, promote research to enhance their understanding of pastoral systems and undertake outreach to educate society on pastoralism and its many contributions.


an expert in entrepreneurship, particularly building livelihoods and creating rural jobs along the entire value chain in rural areas, ensuring that women and youth have a decent income and voice to change their own circumstances.

Western India

Aajeevika Bureau

works to provide lasting solutions to economic and socio-legal problems of migrant workers by blending innovative services with policy, research, and advocacy.

Shram Sarathi

was established to address the financial needs of this group of migrant workers and to create greater visibility about their challenges in the financial sector.

Basic Healthcare Services

provides a responsive, empathetic primary health care to the most vulnerable communities through a network of responsive primary healthcare and nutrition services.

Gramin Shiksha Kendra

is working towards streamlining efforts to enhance access to child-centric pedagogy in some of the most marginalized and neglected parts of rural Ranthambore and to empower local communities to demand quality education.


works to strengthen citizen’s and community’s faith, understanding and engagement in local governance; and improve local government bodies’ (gram panchayats and municipalities) capacities to govern with transparency.

Kutch Mahila Vikas Sangathan

works towards the empowerment of women in rural areas of Kutch, Gujarat and fostering their economic, political, social and cultural leadership through awareness, organizing and mobilizing local collectives, that are capable of independently addressing gender inequities in their region.


works in Kachchh district of Gujarat. It serves as a platform for the promotion of traditional handicrafts and allied cultural practices, the processes involved in their creation, and the preservation of culture, community and local environments.


works to improve the socio-economic status of the marginalized people living in rural areas. To empower women economically, socially and politically. To improve health conditions, agriculture, and restore the ecological balance in the region.

Central India


 works to improve the condition of maternal and infant health in 10 of the most inaccessible and underdeveloped villages inside the tiger reserve in Panna, Madhya Pradesh. We are also focusing on reducing rampant malnutrition, anemia, communicable and non-communicable diseases.

Chaitanya WISE

works to promote women’s collectives with the aim of enhancing their own capabilities to make informed choices and gain access to financial and other resources.


working towards improving the quality of education in rural and tribal areas in Sukma’s Chhattisgarh through action-based research, design and implementation.

Eastern India

Shramik Bharti

works dedicatedly and in myriad dimensions to bring “Sustainable Development with equal opportunities for all” in the communities of Uttar Pradesh


 works to enable children in rural Bihar by up-skilling and encouraging independent thinking, providing access to resources, value-based education, exposure to the outside world and creating linkages that result in suitable livelihoods for all.


works for the poorest and most deprived people in Odisha. Their approach combines socio-economic development with awareness and education to ensure self–reliance and self-sufficiency of local communities.

Swasthya Swaraj

(works towards making health a reality for the poorest and unreached tribal communities of Thuamul Rampur block of Kalahandi district in Odisha, India.

South India


A platform for citizens of Telangana to voice their realities which will be addressed by the stakeholders in power, such as politicians, doctors and administrators. The eLekha application has been tested in the market and is being developed as an application in multiple languages.

Centre For Migration And Inclusive Development

advocates for and promotes the social inclusion of migrants in Kerala. CMID’s work also includes technical support in the formulation of strategies, policies and programmes that promote inclusive and sustainable development.

Our host network


Aarohi, Centre For Media Studies, Child Survival India, Development Alternatives, Chirag, Drishtee, Dhriiti, Himalayan Institute Of Alternative Learning, Ideosync, Milaan, Rangsutra, Tech Mahindra Foundation, Sewa Bharat, Waste Warriors

West & Centre

Centre For Social Action, Educate Girls, Kshamtalaya, Seva Mandir, Centre for Social Justice, Unnati, Aakar Innovations, Arpan, Grassroutes, Manndeshi, Nagpur Rural Mental Hospital, Native Konbac, The Tamarind Tree, Under The Mango Tree Society, Vigyan Ashram, WOTR, Yuva Parivartan Centre For Learning Resources, Jan Sahas, Samarthan


Ekjut, Goonj, Gram Vikas, Krishi Gram Vikas Kendra, Mant, Parivartan, Quest Alliance, ThinkZone, SELCO Foundation


Agastya International Foundation, Bhumi, Dr. Reddy’s Foundation, Give India, Sevalaya, The Real Elephant Collective, Youth4Jobs