The report describes the breadth of Alliance India’s growing portfolio. It elaborates, in three sections, areas that Alliance has been working in – Gender, SRHR/HIV Integration for Key Populations, and Community-owned Responses to HIV in India.
The aim of the programme initiated in 2007 was to facilitate the development of good practices in water management and to support people in their struggle for the right to access and control water as a common natural resource.
Dalit Foundation is a non-government organization, the first grant making institution in south Asia working for the empowerment of dalit communities, established in 2003. Dalit Foundation organized a series of Regional Dalit Cultural Festivals “UTSAVA” – A celebration of struggle against oppression, from all over India, showcasing and celebrating Dalit music, art and craft, theatre etc. The events are highlighted in this document.
This training package for facilitators aims to promote gender equity and reduce violence in schools. This is based on the intervention research project – Gender Equity Movement in Schools (GEMS) – that was implemented in Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) schools by the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), CORO for Literacy and Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS).
Project Axshya builds a new dimension to TB control in India – community ‘ownership’ through civil society led public health programming. Through its innovative interventions focusing on Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilisation, Project Axshya is strengthening the Revised National TB Control Programme (RNTCP) to achieve its objective of Universal Access to TB services.
To lift the bottom end of the economy, the Poorest Areas Civil Society (PACS) Programme was created by the Department of International Development of the UK Government (DFID) and handed over to a team of Management Consultants comprising Development Alternatives and Pricewaterhouse Coopers.
The National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA), implemented by the Government during the year 2005, is an illustrious programme that reaches the nucleus of the indispensable requisites of the poor, and augments to their dire needs by creating and providing employment even for the elders of the family. The hand – to – mouth existence is thus eradicated, paving way for an enhanced future.
A review of MIS & Information Sharing Systems for Catholic Relief Services (CRS) involving a feasibility study of the existing state of information systems in CRS and recommending an integrated and optimal information system.
UNICEF has been supporting Government efforts to develop a district integrated model for HIV and AIDS across the country by providing technical support and creating sustainable systems to deliver quality HIV and AIDS services.