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We are a donor-led network supporting high impact projects through fundraising, engagement and advocacy, demonstrating to our partners and donors the effectiveness of transparency and accountability in the work we do.


Donors

Donors

Philanthropy is a rewarding and constantly evolving journey. A study reveals that most of contribution to NGO world in India comes from individual donors. The donations from individual philanthropists based on mutual trust come with easier terms.  Yet, you have a dream

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NGO's

NGO's

Non-profit organisations are recognised as irresistible global force. A report says, there is one NGO for every 400 people in India!  NGOs are committed for the upliftment of the poor, marginalised and underprivileged people in the society.

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Causes

We have a large portfolio of validated current and potential partner organizations which cover a wide variety of issues and geographies in India. To date, iPartner India has supported 60 projects with donor funds closely managed in 15 states, 22 cities and 417 villages across India

Vulnerable Children

Vulnerable Children

There are 440 million children in India, making every 5th child in the world an Indian. Born in poverty, surrounded by inadequate resources they live a life of extreme struggle facing difficult challenges. Every year nearly 2 million children in the country die before the age of 5. Malnourishment and poor access to immunization

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Women and Livelihoods

Women and Livelihoods

Women are guaranteed equality under the Indian constitution and time again laws are reformed and created to ensure and safe guard women’s rights. Legal enforcement has limited effect against strong patriarchal traditions in the society. Women face discrimination and violence in all stages of their life even before birth. Count

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Health

Health

In the recent assessment of Indian economy, it has been identified that India’s poor health is one of the major developmental challenges. Almost 6% of its gross GDP is lost annually because of premature deaths and preventable illnesses. Even though state governments are responsible for health services to its people, private he

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Education

Education

According to ASER 2014 report, 96.7% of children in rural India get enrolled in schools however daily attendance in schools is only 71%. Nearly 50% of children enrolled in standard V cannot read at standard II level!  The gap in reading levels between children enrolled in government schools and private schools is growing with t

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Anti-Child Trafficking

Anti-Child Trafficking

India is a country of origin, transit and destination for trafficked persons. Despite the Immoral Traffic (prevention) Act, 1956 the intensity of commercial sexual exploitation is on the rise. Nearly 5 lacs of women and children are trafficked annually with an increase by 10% every year. 20% to 30% of trafficked persons are belo

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Climate Change

Climate Change

Millions of Indians are facing droughts, floods and polluted air.  Climate change affects everyone but it affects the poor and the marginalised communities the most. iPartner has embedded the climate change as a cross cutting theme in its goals. We work toward equipping vulnerable towards climate change. iPartner India engages

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mMitra Arogya Sakhi Report

mMitra Arogya Sakhi Report

mMitra Arogya Sakhi Report January, 2015
Nafisa’s Story

Nafisa’s Story

Nafisa is 17 years and lives in Kishanganj, Bihar. She was rescued and repatriated by RAHAT, an anti-trafficking organisation in Bihar. She now lives with

Nafisa’s Story January, 2015
Latest Anti Child Trafficking Documentary: AYESHA

Latest Anti Child Trafficking Documentary: AYESHA

Latest Anti Child Trafficking Documentary: AYESHA January, 2015

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