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ActionAid Association works in 24 states and two union territories of India, with a mission to work in solidarity with the poor and excluded and participate in their struggle to eradicate poverty, patriarchy and injustice.

Amplifying Voices of Young Girls
October 11, observed every year as the International Day of the Girl Child, is a significant occasion to focus on the…
Workers in the Time of COVID-19: Round 2...
To assess the impact of COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdown on informal workers, we are conducting a longitudinal study across…
Act for Scholarship: Helping Students Secure Scholarships
Education is one of the most essential tools for inclusive and sustainable development. To enable children from Scheduled Castes, Scheduled…
Responding to Floods in Odisha and Telangana
While still grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, several parts of Odisha and Telangana recently witnessed heavy to very heavy rainfall,…
“After 17 years of bondage, I am a...
“I had never even dreamt of leading a free life. I can now go out to work and spend more…
River Ecology: An Assessment of the Impact of...
Rivers bring prosperity to communities, contribute to biodiversity, and play a crucial role in sustaining life on Earth. For long,…
Support Domestic Workers | Give a Missed Call
When the COVID-19 pandemic-induced lockdown was declared, those dependent on the informal economy were the first ones to be hit.…
Yes to School: A Campaign to Promote Free,...
Education is every child’s fundamental right. All girls and boys should have an equal opportunity to learn. Despite the power…
Together with Communities, Changing the Narrative
The deep-rooted gender inequality in our society manifests itself in several discriminatory beliefs and practices towards women and girls. With…
Mobilizing Livelihood Support for Particularly Vulnerable Paudi Bhuyan...
Butu Nayak, 35, lives with his wife, old mother, three daughters and a son in Badnuagaon village in Lahunipara block…
Pastoralists’ Lives during COVID-19 Lockdown: A Study
India has 34 million pastoralists managing a livestock population of more than 50 million. The nationwide lockdown announced in March 2020 caused severe crises for…
Impact of COVID-19 Lockdown on Particularly Vulnerable Tribal...
The spring season has always stood for an abundance of food, nutrition, income and celebrations in the lives of tribal…
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