Our vision is to consistently work towards sustainable change in the lives of marginalized and underprivileged sections of the society.
Inclusive India Foundation strives to empower the socially, economicallybackward and deprived section of the society through multi-stakeholderpartnership approach focussing on prioritized needs.
IIF focuses on the partnership model and works with multiple stakeholders in thrust areas of Livelihood, Education, Disaster Relief, Healthcare & WASH to help the people come out of their inhibitions and encourage an inclusive development of the community.
Who Are we?
Inclusive India Foundation (IIF), founded in 2008 has been working towards inclusive development. The NGO is registered under 12AA and 80G of Income Tax Act, 1961. The Foundation is also registered under CSR Form1 under Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India.
The Foundation focuses on partnership model and works with multi stakeholders focusing on different project activities including Healthcare, Education, Women Empowerment, Sustainable Livelihood, Drinking Water, Sanitation etc. We have worked with over 1 million people in 5,000 plus villages across 10 states through different developmental activities.
Inclusive India Foundation approach towards a project:
Need-based approach: IIF conducts extensive baseline studies to understand the issues on project location and createan implementation framework in accordancewith the thematic areas of the implementing partners. Domain experts and Professionals make the backbone of every project.
Project monitoring: IIF highly prioritizes the Project Monitoring process. The impact analysis of every project is the ultimate parameter to understand the success of any Project.
Role of Technology: IIF believes in the boon of Technology. All the monitoring processes are digitally analysed through a software specially designed for the purpose. This makes the process simpler for the field teams and ensures a flow of accurate data to the clients. IIF ensures the empowerment of the beneficiaries through the monitoring & assessment process