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Child’s right to childhood
Saving the Farmer, Protecting the Earth
Promoting women entrepreneurs
Humanitarian response to emergencies


  • 6417
    Villages Reached
  • 765921
    Families Reached
  • 3864727
    People Directly Benefited
  • 6417
    Women Benefited
  • 1220407
    Children Benefited

awards & testimonials

“There are many so called organizations, who are claiming to work for the betterment of the society. But when it comes to trust and transparency, ActionAid stands out. I have been a member of it for quite some time now. What creates my trust for them is their constant communication... Read More...

Jimmy Parija

“I am very proud to be a part of ActionAid. It has been doing exemplary work to transform the lives of children by providing education, health and healthy environment to live in. Good work and keep it up.” - Sribhashyam Rasmitha ActionAid Association Supporter Read More...

Sribhashyam Rasmitha


ActionAid partners with numerous organizations ranging from grass-roots organizations who actively engage with the most disadvantaged sections of society to large corporates who help make a considerable difference to the battle against poverty through logistical, financial and other support

what’s new(s)

Lecture series: Contemporary Agrarian Systems in the Global South

SAA Auditorium, JNU, New Delhi | 27-February-2020 | 9:30 am

Inauguration of The Orange Cafe & Restaurant

First Floor, GPS Jewellers Building, Durgakund Road, Varanasi-221005 | 14-February-2020 | 2:00 pm

stories of change

Together with Communities, Changing the Narrative

The deep-rooted gender inequality in our society manifests...

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Mobilizing Livelihood Support for Particularly Vulnerable Paudi Bhuyan Community

Butu Nayak, 35, lives with his wife, old...

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Pastoralists’ Lives during COVID-19 Lockdown: A Study

India has 34 million pastoralists managing a livestock population of more than 50 million. The...

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Impact of COVID-19 Lockdown on Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups: A Study

The spring season has always stood for an abundance of...

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