Associate Organisations of Sir Ratan Tata Trust & Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust (SRTT) are established to represent the programmes that are initiated by the Trusts and to enhance their scope and reach. Most of them serve as nodal agencies that work hand-in-glove with various state governments, NGOs and stakeholders to mobilise the activities of Trusts’ programmes. These organisations ensure technical support, monitor the projects, and promote and strengthen the interventions of the Trusts.
Associate organisations of Sir Ratan Tata Trust & Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust
Collectives for Integrated Livelihood Initiatives (CInI)CInI is a resource organisation that functions as the nodal agency for the Central India Initiative >>
Reviving the Green Revolution (RGR) CellRGR encourages agricultural diversification by shifting to economically viable water saving crops >>
Himmotthan Society (HMS)HMS monitors programmes under Himmothan Pariyojana in the Central Himalayan region >>
North East Initiative Development Agency (NEIDA)NEIDA, set up in Kohima, Nagaland, is the nodal agency for the North East Initiative >>
Coastal Salinity Prevention Cell (CSPC)CSPC, set up in Ahmedabad, functions as the nodal agency for Kharash Vistarotthan Yojana >>
KalikeKalike, set up in Bengaluru, is the nodal organisation for the Kalike Samruddhi Upakram programme >>
Centre for microFinance (CmF)CmF serves as the nodal agency for the Sakh Se Vikas initiative and promotes growth of the community-based microfinance sector in Rajasthan >>
Centre for Microfinance & Livelihood
The economy of the north-eastern states is mainly based on subsistence agriculture, natural resources, handloom and handcraft. Rampant and unchecked dependence on natural resources and the surrounding forests has put pressure on the fragile ecosystem and resulted in food scarcity and other problems, affecting the quality of life in the region. Besides, low adoption of technology has lead to low production in the agricultural, natural resources, handloom and handicraft sectors, which lag behind the competitive market in the country.
The Centre for Microfinance & Livelihood (CML), an associate organisation of Tata Trusts established in 2008, and the Trusts are working together towards community empowerment and improving the quality of life through multi-thematic interventions. CML’s initiative currently covers around 30,000 households spread across Assam, Tripura, Manipur, Meghalaya and Mizoram. The key focus areas of the initiative are livelihood promotion, skill building, education, water and sanitation, sports, health and enterprise development.