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The TRI Promise

Community-Owned & Community-Led

Focus on building communities, leadership, and initiatives to bring about change in their lives.

Change must evolve and emerge from within the community; it cannot be forced.

MULTI-DIMENSIONAL

Focus on holistic, comprehensive transformation by understanding the interconnected nature of different dimensions.

Improving all to bring lasting change in one.

STRONG LINKAGES WITH MARKETS

Focus on win-win propositions for the private sector and rural India.

Equitable access to markets and new opportunities.

MULTI-STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT

Facilitate and harness collaboration among diverse set of stakeholders—communities, NGOs, government and markets.

Solving problems through collaboration.

RESULTS FOCUS

Focus on achieving measurable results in all interventions.

Counting what counts.

Attracting market players to provide relevant missing services and products to the community, including procurement of local products from the region

Leveraging best technology and skills to solve mutually agreed supply-side/ delivery bottlenecks

Setting up local coordination mechanism for co-owned, co-shared engagement

Building upon strong community institutions developed by frontline NGOs

Bringing in thematic expert resource organizations to help develop perspectives, knowledge and capacity of embedded community ‘influencers’

Activating the citizen-public system interface platforms, energizing community to engage, support and demand social-accountability as also self-action.

Market Linkages

Attracting market players to provide relevant missing services and products to the community, including procurement of local products from the region

Government

Leveraging best technology and skills to solve mutually agreed supply-side/ delivery bottlenecks

Setting up local coordination mechanism for co-owned, co-shared engagement

Ground Engagement

Building upon strong community institutions developed by frontline NGOs

Bringing in thematic expert resource organizations to help develop perspectives, knowledge and capacity of embedded community ‘influencers’

Activating the citizen-public system interface platforms, energizing community to engage, support and demand social-accountability as also self-action.

Click the icons in the map below to learn about our work in the villages.

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Striving to make villages places of equal lifelong opportunities, we see villages emerging as places worth living in with dignity, belongingness, prosperity, and opportunity.

The minimum unit of intervention is the Community Development Block, typically of 130–150 villages and over a million people.

Our focus is east and central India, home to over 70% of India’s poor, and the largest concentration of global poor.

Our long-term goal is to transform 1,000 blocks (or 1,00,000 villages), transforming 200 million lives.

Result areas:

Going beyond subsistence, moving towards surplus and capital formation

PROSPERITY

WATER & SANITATION

Having sanitation and clean drinking water facilities within easy reach of each household

Having all children up to primary school in age-appropriate classes with class-appropriate learning levels

EDUCATION

HEALTH & NUTRITION

Ensuring no incidence of severe acute malnourishment (SAM), thereby eradicating malnutrition Improving health of women by aiming to bring down the proportion of women with weight below 45 kg and BMI below 18 to below 10%

Enhancing the sense of agency and ensuring equal opportunities for women, to participate in socio-economic and political exchanges

GENDER JUSTICE

GRASS-ROOTS GOVERNANCE

Ensuring that women have a voice, space and influence in local decision-making

  • PROSPERITY

    Going beyond subsistence, moving towards surplus and capital formation

  • WATER & SANITATION

    Having sanitation and clean drinking water facilities within easy reach of each household

  • EDUCATION

    Having all children up to primary school in age-appropriate classes with class-appropriate learning levels

  • HEALTH & NUTRITION

    Ensuring no incidence of severe acute malnourishment (SAM), thereby eradicating malnutrition Improving health of women by aiming to bring down the proportion of women with weight below 45 kg and BMI below 18 to below 10%

  • GENDER JUSTICE

    Enhancing the sense of agency and ensuring equal opportunities for women, to participate in socio-economic and political exchanges

  • GRASS-ROOTS GOVERNANCE

    Ensuring that women have a voice, space and influence in local decision-making

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Annual Reports

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