Zardozi is a local, non-government and non-profit organisation aiming to provide economic and social services to women in four of Afghanistan’s provinces. The organisation develops innovative methods to help women embrace entrepreneurship.
Coalition for the Urban Poor (CUP) is a networking, advocacy organisation of 64 national and international NGOs that work for the urban poor. The mandate of CUP is to establish the rights of the urban poor.
Established in 1993, Hitaishi is a non-governmental organisation that works towards the socio-economic upliftment of the disadvantaged and the distressed. Through savings and micro-credit products, it encourages economically-backward women to improve their incomes and achieve financial security
RUPSA is a rights and advocacy-based NGO that works towards empowering and establishing the rights of the rural and urban poor. It works with the disadvantaged and marginalised especially vulnerable women, children, the disabled and religious-ethnic minorities. And it builds their capacities to
SAMATA seeks a poverty-free, pro-poor society, which is based on social justice, human dignity, gender equity and democracy. It also seeks to establish an environment that sustains development for the poor and voiceless. It looks to achieve, for the landless and other disadvantage groups
Established in 1980, Unnayan Sangha is a non-government organisation that works towards the sustainable, socio-economic development of the economically disadvantaged.
IMS aims to be a premier institute known for promoting excellence in management training and development. Since it was founded in 2008, it has contributed to developing the human capacities and human dynamics in the country through its wide range of innovative services that are abreast with the
SABAH Bhutan was established with funding from the SAARC Development Fund as a part of the project “Strengthening Livelihood Initiatives of the Home-Based Workers in the SAARC Region”. It aims to promote the welfare of the home-based workers in the country by enhancing and marketing their skills
Sadhna was established in 1988 to provide alternative incomes for women in Udaipur’s rural, tribal and urban slum belts. Sadhna undertakes trainings in patchwork, appliqué and Tanka embroidery so that women can earn a secure living. Today, Sadhna provides continuous trainings to women artisans
MACCS was founded in 2011 by a group of women, striving to develop and market authentic handicraft items crafted by rural artisans. It also aims to promote the local, handicrafts industry of Maldives.
SABAH Maldives is the Maldives chapter of the SAARC Business Association of Home-based workers. SABAH Maldives aims to uplift the status of home-based workers by providing them with capacity building opportunities and facilitating their access to the market.
The Centre for Labour and Social Studies (CLASS Nepal) is a non-profit making and non-governmental organisation working for social transformation by promoting social justice and community awareness on human rights. Its members are MBOs, CBOs, and their leaders. It works for labour rights through
Established in 1986, as a national, non-profit, non-governmental organisation, Aurat Publication and Information Service Foundation is committed to creating widespread awareness and a just, democratic and caring society in Pakistan, where women and men are recognised as equals, with the right to
HBWWF's main objective is to bring recognition to home-based work as labour in Pakistan's law and incorporate home-based workers in social security schemes that exist in Pakistan. Wage issues are also discussed with officials and HBWWF works for the Ratification of C177.
HomeNet Pakistan is a network of organisations formed to raise awareness about the working conditions of home-based, women workers. HomeNet Pakistan envisions a society in which home-based workers are ensured visibility, recognition, legal and social protection, and a decent standard of living
LEAF is a non-governmental organisation which works towards mobilising communities in order to ensure participatory development and promotes causes related to health, environment, education, entrepreneurship, socio-economic development and empowering youth while building up their capacities.
Sarsabz Foundation is a non-governmental organisation that is committed to the cause of human rights and social sector development thus promoting professional capabilities, essential resources, favourable opportunities, advocacy for causes, and rights of defenceless communities. It enables
Sukhi works in partnership with the poorest people of the country, directly enabling them to improve their lives, as well as using knowledge and experience to influence decisions made at a local and national level that can significantly reduce extreme poverty. It also works in partnership with
IPID strives to create an environment that encourages social inclusion in the development process. It promotes the use of inclusive participatory approaches and methodologies by taking up initiatives of capacity building for governmental organisations, UN agencies, NGOS, and community-based
Janathakshan (GTE) Limited is a not for profit organisation established in 2011 to promote sustainable and green solutions in development to Sri Lanka and beyond. Janathakshan, meaning "people’s technology" or "technology for people" roots itself in the work of Practical Action, a technology-