Driving scale and enhancing impact are challenges faced by most NGOs during their journey. This is especially compounded by limited resources and organizational strength.
Some of the challenges faced include the following:
Koita Foundation works with growing NGOs to understand and address their scalability challenges. We help them simplify and enhance business processes and to digitally transform operations and analytics to drive performance and scale in an orderly manner.
Through our work over the years, we have helped NGOs significantly improve their performance and meaningfully achieve their objectives through adoption of technology and a data driven approach. Some notable examples are:
Lend A Hand India aims to integrate vocational education with mainstream education at secondary and higher secondary education level. Through Project Pathways, LAHI prepares students of class 11-12 for employment and entrepreneurship opportunities. LAHI works with 12,000+ schools in partnership with 24 state governments.
Center for Equity and Quality in Universal Education (CEQUE) coaches teachers from government and low-income schools in teaching methodologies that bring measurable improvement in student learning. They focus on the reading, writing and math skills of students in grades 1-8. CEQUE currently provides coaching to 1600 teachers in 7 districts across 2 states, impacting around 22,000 children in 775 schools.
Srijan Ek Soch is a non-profit organization run by a young talented and highly successful professionals engaged in establishing a sustainable governance model for Education, Skill Development and Healthcare in small towns and villages. Srijan has 50+ Volunteer in 4 States working with around 3,000+ Kids and 15+ Villages.
Concern India Foundation is a not-for-profit, public charitable trust set up in 1991 to extend financial and non-financial support to grassroots level NGOs working in the areas of education, health and community development. Over the past 30 years, Concern India has strengthened and supported over 3500 NGO partners across the country.
Antarang Foundation envisions a world where every young person is passionately, productively and positively engaged in a career of their choice. It has reached more than 82,000 young adults from 14-25 years through their programs which deliver career guidance, develop core employability skills, and finally link students with career opportunities.
Vipla Foundation is a not-for-profit organization with the vision of making India a child-friendly nation. Vipla Foundation is committed to preventing exploitation and all other forms of discrimination of vulnerable women and children, and empowering them to lead a life of dignity, self-respect, and independence. Over the past 33 years, Vipla Foundation has positively impacted over a lakh of young preschool children, through its flagship balwadi program, both directly and indirectly.
FMCH works on maternal health and malnutrition. Their vision is a world of healthy mothers and thriving children - where poor nutrition does not come in the way of mothers and children reaching their full potential. They have over 30 partners and have reached over 500,000 beneficiaries
Magic Bus works with more than 375,000 children and 10,000 young people living in poverty across 22 States of India. It uses a Childhood to Livelihood approach to help children and young people break out of the crushing cycle of poverty by completing secondary education and getting a stable job.
SNEHA (Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action) works towards the vision of realizing healthy and safe communities in urban informal settlements. a life cycle approach to break the inter-generational cycle of poor health by working on Maternal and Newborn Health, Child Health and Nutrition, Adolescent Health, and Prevention of Violence against Women and Children.
Masoom works on establishing quality education in night schools with a vision to support youth as they "learn while they earn". They are currently present in 85 night schools in Mumbai and help students to achieve their full potential leading to better skills and job opportunities.
ARMMAN is an India-based non profit organization committed to improving the wellbeing of pregnant women, new mothers, infants and children in the first five years of their life. The core programmes of ARMMAN make innovative use of technology to develop viable interventions and to maximize reach, covering over 23 million beneficiaries across 16 states in India.