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.
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
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
SABAH Sri Lanka is a network of Sri Lankan women food producers funded by the SAARC Development Fund (SDF). SABAH Sri Lanka develops the knowledge and skill-base of women, home-based workers so that they access better markets and income opportunities.