Scaling up of successful NGOs is very challenging given limited resources and organizational strength.
Some of the typical challenges faced by most NGOs in scaling of their operations include :
Koita Foundation works with growing NGOs to understand and address their scalability challenges. We help them simplify and enhance business processes and determine how technology can be effectively leveraged to drive performance and scale in an orderly manner.
Through our work over the years, we have helped many NGOs significantly improve their performance and meaningfully achieve their objectives. Some notable examples are:
SNEHA (Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action) is a secular, Mumbai-based non-profit organization founded in 1999 by Dr.Armida FernandezLearn More
Antarang Foundation envisions a world where every young person is passionately, productively and positively engaged in a career of their choice.Learn More
Magic Bus works with more than 3.75 lakh children and 10,000 young people living in poverty across 22 States of India to move them out of poverty.Learn More
Vatsa Education Trust (VET) is a charitable organisation, founded by a group of committed teachers, the main objective of the trust initially was to provide financial assistance to deserving students of the same college.Learn More
ARMMAN is an India based non profit organization committed to improving the well being of pregnant mothers, newborn infants and children in the first five years of their life.Learn More
Rizwan is the co-founder and CEO of CitiusTech since 2005.
Rizwan is the recipient of the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award (2013) and the recipient of the 2002 Indo-American Society's ‘Young Achievers Award in Business’.Read More
Rekha is a corporate trainer and specializes in business process consulting.
Rekha conducts corporate training for leading Indian and multinational organizations. She also conducts training workshops for start-ups and NGOs in niche areas like problem solving and presentation skills.Read More