The Indigenous Partnership for Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty

The Indigenous Partnership’s mission is to improve ways of linking indigenous people and local communities interested in pursuing self-determined development. We facilitate such communities in taking a leadership role in agrobiodiversity dialogues.

We work to promote a dialogue between indigenous people, agricultural research and advocacy groups. We act as an instrument for communication between diverse indigenous groups, and eventually develops a mechanism to promote this local knowledge so it can have a place on the agenda of international research and advocacy bodies.

The Rural Electrification Corporation

The Rural Electrification Corporation’s Foundation (RECF) has been funding social development projects for the last five years across India in the fields of sanitation and hygiene facilities, promotion of healthcare, skill development, women empowerment, environmental sustainability and rural infrastructural development. RECF is aiming to support long-term, sustainable and innovative solutions such the “No One Shall be left Behind” program implemented by NESFAS to ensure a significant impact on the development space.

Social Service Centre (SSC)

SSC is a non-government organisation which works on key issues of Disaster Management, Education & Literacy, Environment & Forest, Health & Family Welfare, Human Rights, Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation, Tribal Affairs operational in Meghalaya.



Society for Urban and Rural Empowerment (SURE)

SURE is a non-governmental organization with major objectives to empower the poor and the vulnerable section of the society with special emphasis on youths in both the urban and rural areas of Jaintia hills, District of Meghalaya.



North East Network (NEN)

NEN  is based in Chizami, Nagaland and is one of the first organizations in the North East with a vision to build a society that upholds gender justice, equality and respect for women’s human rights.