Partners

UAPF

UAPF

The Urvi Ashok Piramal Foundation is the corporate social responsibility arm of the Ashok Piramal Group. Set up in 2009, the foundation aims to empower communities to take on and sustain a social development process. The foundation has a presence in four states: Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Goa, and is engaged in projects ranging from health, vocational training, environment, water harvesting and education.

UAPF


Pench MP  Pench

Pench Forest Department

The Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh forest departments of the Pench reserve work tirelessly to protect the land and wildlife they are entrusted with. They help to rehabilitate villages in the buffer zone to avoid man-animal conflict. They also print publications and facilitate tourism to generate knowledge about our ecological resources.

Pench National Park
Mahapenchtiger


Cipla Foundation

Cipla Foundation

The guiding philosophy of Cipla Foundation is “none shall be denied”. Their priorities are health, education, skilling and disaster relief. In collaboration with partners, Cipla Foundation strives to understand deeply-rooted challenges and then bridge gaps in accessibility, affordability and awareness. The foundation faithfully reflects Cipla’s ethos.


Knowledge Partners

TISS

Tata Institute of Social Sciences

Over the years, TISS has made consistent contributions to civil society and the development sector through its education, research, field action and extension. Today, it has earned recognition as an institution of repute from different ministries of the Indian government, international agencies such as the United Nations, and the non-government sector, both national and international.

TISS


GIST

GIST Advisory

A sustainability consulting and research firm that provides services to enable governments, corporations, civil society organisations, banks and financial institutions to discover, measure, value and manage their impacts on natural, social and human capital.

GIST Advisory

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