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PROJECT OVERVIEW

The Karnataka office of ActionAid India, situated in the city of Bangalore is headed by Dr. Kshitij Urs and is one of our oldest offices. At this point in time, this office is overlooking 7 long-term initiatives that are spread across the state of Karnataka and directly impacts the lives of over 200,000 people. Through these long term initiatives, we work with some of the most marginalised communities like Jenkuruba, Bettakuruba, Soliga, Yarava Medha, Malikudia, Hakkipikki, Gowdlu, Hasalaru and Gonda communities.

projects

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Akruthi
Akruthi

Abhaya and Milana work in 3 districts of Karnataka under the project called AKRUTHI – Bangalore, Shimoga and...

Since: 2008

Sustainable Women’s Action for Rights
Sustainable Women’s Action for Rights and Justice

SWARAJ network is engaged with Dalit’s, Muslim & other backward class women. SWARAJ’s intervention focuses on addressing violence...

Since: 2006

Karnataka Adivasigala Nyayakagi Andolana (KAVANA)
Karnataka Adivasigala Nyayakagi Andolana (KAVANA)

ActionAid Association supported SGA for the long term project strengthening of KF from 2003 to 2013. The Koraga...

Since: 2011

Janasahayog
Janasahayog

Janasahayog is an Urban Resource Centre established in 1995 to work with the urban poor population as a...

Since: 2012

JAGRUTI
JAGRUTI

JAGRUTI was started in 1998 in Mangenkoppa, Belgaum District of Karnataka and since then we have been working...

Since: 2013

BRIDGE NETWORK
BRIDGE NETWORK

Bridge is a network of 11 NGOs [APSA, BOSCO, CURDS, DJT, GILGAL, GRACE, IPDP, JPT, OSS, SVKT and...

Since: 2006

stories of change

  • Tuensang’s women learn to help themselves
    Over the centuries village women...
  • Acquiring an Identity
    There is something special about...
  • Organic farmers of Odisha show the way
    Jagdish Bhoi and Rohitnag have...

blog

Will the needy get homes under PMAY?
Women’s struggle for just and equal rights over property in India
To Curb Sex-Selective Abortion, We Need More, Not Less, Accountability From Medical Professionals

events

National Consultation on Private Sector Engagement in Surge Capacity
Transboundary River Water Governance
National Consultation on Community Radio

GALLERY

  • National Consultation on Private Sector Engagement in Surge Capacity
  • Transboundary River Water Governance
  • National Consultation on Community Radio
  • Report Release and Discussion on Eliminating Child Marriage in India
  • Recognising, Reducing and Redistributing Women's Unpaid Work