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PROJECT OVERVIEW

The Madhya Pradesh office of ActionAid India, situated in the city of Bhopal is headed by Sarika Sinha. At this point in time, the office is managing 8 long-term initiatives that spread across some of the most inaccessible and poorest locations of Madhya Pradesh. Through these initiatives, we directly reach out to more than 3,500,000 people belonging to the most marginalised dalit, tribal communities. We are also involved in several projects that address the issues of women, girls and children.

projects

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Achieving the Adivasi Millenium
Achieving the Adivasi Millenium

"Dhas Grameen Vikas Kendra (DGVK) is engaged in community development work since 1982 even though its formal registration...

Since: 2012

Mahakoshal Sajha Janpahal
Mahakoshal Sajha Janpahal

Campaign for promoting self-rule and challenging dispossession.

Since: 2012

Parivartan Abhiyan
Parivartan Abhiyan

Association of Pradeepan with ActionAid started in year 2009 during campaign on panchayat election. Madhya Pradesh Swashasan Abhiyan...

Since: 2013

Poshan Abhiyan
Poshan Abhiyan

Madhya Pradesh is the home of the greatest population of severely malnourished children in India. In Madhya Pradesh...

Since: 2015

Madhya Pradesh Apda Nivaran Manch
Madhya Pradesh Apda Nivaran Manch

Madhya Pradesh Aapda Nivaran Manch (MPANM) is a network of CBOs – Lok Adhikar Sangathan, Drought Action and...

Since: 2011

Dalit Adhikar Abhiyan
Dalit Adhikar Abhiyan

Dalit Adhkir Abhiyan was founded by the Dalit Sangh in 2006 in collaboration with ActionAid India. Dalit Sangh...

Since: 2006

stories of change

  • 'Seeds bank reviving our traditional agricultural practices'
    “Five years back, we were...
  • ‘My land gave me confidence to move on’
    She is young not more...
  • No arms, legs but spirit high
    The brutal attack on Bant...

blog

Agriculture in Budget 2017: Radical change in approach needed
Reiterating historical injustice in Odisha   
The plight of ‘lost souls’ in homeless women shelters

events

Collective Social Responsibility is the New CSR - Mumbai
Discussion on the Issues of Children & Release of Report on the Status of Ashram Schools in Odisha
Photo Exhibition

GALLERY

  • Collective Social Responsibility is the New CSR - Mumbai
  • Discussion on the Issues of Children & Release of Report on the Status of Ashram Schools in Odisha
  • Photo Exhibition
  • Collective Social Responsibility is the New CSR
  • Ambedkar and Democracy