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International Water Management Institute: IWMI is an international non-profit, scientific research organization focussing on sustainable use of water and land resources in developing countries.
BAIF Development Research Foundation: BAIF is an Indian charitable organization working in development research, capacity building and improved quality of life in rural areas.
Prayas Energy Group: Prayas is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation based in Pune. They are active in furthering public-interest in the energy sector through analysis-based advocacy.
Centre for Policy Research: CPR is a non-profit, non-partisan independent institution and one of India’s oldest and leading think tanks focusing on public policy.
Watershed Organisation Trust: WOTR is a non-profit that engages at the intersection of practice, knowledge and policy across scales and in collaboration with stakeholders across sectors. They are recognised widely as a premier institution in the field of participatory watershed development and climate change adaptation.
Yuva Mitra: Yuva Mitra is a social development organization working in Sinnar taluka of Nashik district focussing on water resource development and management, agriculture and livelihood development, institution building and health through participation.
TATA Trust: Tata Trust is one of the oldest grant bestowing foundation. They engage in innovative and sustainable initiatives and with the potential to make a visible difference in areas of rural livelihoods and communities, education, health, enhancing civil society and governance and arts, crafts and culture.
Association for Development and Research of Sustainable Habitats: ADaRSH Foundation is a non-profit organisation based in Pune
Happy Roots: Happy roots is a social enterprise that manufactures and markets gourmet snacks by working with farmers
ASAR: ASAR works on social and environmental issues by conducting research, ground truthing and understanding local contexts.
Green Pyramid Energy: Green Pyramid Energy is a solar installation company working in urban as well as rural areas. A unique feature of their company is that their engineers come from remote villages of India.
Presentations made during the workshop.