PACS: The Poorest Areas Civil Society (PACS) Programme is an initiative of the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID) aimed at reducing the gap in wellbeing status between the socially excluded groups in India and the rest of the population.
CWS: The Vision of CWS is the emergence of an equitable society of small communities, where all those deprived of basic human rights, especially women, Dalits, adivasis and minorities, lives with dignity.
AKF: The agencies of the AKDN are private, international, non-denominational development organizations. They work to improve the welfare and prospects of people in the developing world, particularly in Asia and Africa, without regard to faith, origin or gender. Its programmes are designed to bring a critical mass of economic, social and cultural activities to bear on a given area. Its projects encompass many of the determinants of the quality of life, including the natural and built environments in both urban and rural areas, food security, health, education, access to financial services and economic opportunity, as well as the cultural areas of traditional music, architecture and art. Some programmes, such as specific research, education and cultural programmes, span both the developed and developing worlds.
THP: THP supports elected women representatives to form federations at the block, district and state level for mutual empowerment and advocacy.