ActionAid is an international anti-poverty agency working in over 40 countries, taking sides with poor people to end poverty and injustice together. In India, Action Aid works with more than 300 civil society organizations and 12 million poor and excluded people in 24 states to address the root causes of poverty.
CARE is one of the world’s leading non-sectarian and non-governmental organizations fighting global poverty. CARE’s mission in India is to facilitate lasting change in the well being and social position of vulnerable groups, especially women and girls, by helping them to become more aware of their rights and shape the course of their own development.
Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) Forum is a secular, non-profit organization working in partnership with over 70 development organizations across India. CBR Forum actively engages with Government, NGOs and people’s movements to promote the rights of the disabled, especially those who are poor, children, women and/or living in slums.
Development Alternatives is a non-profit organization engaged in research and action for sustainable development. The Poorest Areas Civil Society Programme (PACS) of the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID) is jointly managed by Development Alternatives and PriceWaterhouse Coopers. PACS is one of DFID’s largest initiatives aimed at making small grants to NGOs.