VOICE is a social enterprise that enables marginalized adolescent girls in India to re-imagine their identities, capabilities and futures. They conduct activity-based camps where girls acquire critical knowledge, spoken English and life skills while they grow in confidence and self-efficacy.
Trained college students who act as mentors and role models to campers — students in government and low-cost private schools, run VOICE camps. Their goal is to reach enough girls in India to impact national level indicators — increased retention in school, reduced child marriage and overall better health. The VOICE model is unique in its content and methods of implementation.
AMBA works towards the goal to provide sustainable livelihood to adults with moderate and severe intellectual disability, leveraging Information Technology.They provide such persons appropriate training to enable high quality and accurate back office data entry for various clients. AMBA, works towards building an ecosystem of learning and earning for these individuals using Information Technology, giving them the dignity and independence that they deserve. AMBA is also one of the most successful examples of peer-to-peer training and their method will soon be emulated around the world.
Public Health Resource Network is a growing network of individuals and organizations with the perspective of strengthening technical and management capacities to take action towards the common goal of’Health for All’.
Its main objective is to contribute and strengthen all efforts directed towards the goal of ‘Health for All’ through promotion of public health, social justice and human rights related to the provision and distribution of health services, especially for those who are generally left underserved. PHRN is currently working directly in the states of Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Orissa and Rajasthan and has contributed to the on-going work of strengthening public health systems in other states through its partnerships with other institutions.