Amhi Amchya Arogyasathi (AAA)

Amhi Amchya Arogysathi was founded by Dr. Gogulwar. Inspired by Gandhian heir Vinoba’s perspective on addressing health problems in its ‘wholeness of life’, Dr.Gogulwar promoted constructive work for ‘health revolution’ by addressing livelihood, water, etc. comprising wholeness of life. Methodology chosen was of course ‘let’s find our own way’. Hence the name ‘Amhi Amchya Arogyasathi’ (We for Our Health) evolved.

Janarth Adivasi Vikas Sanstha (JAVS)

Janarth Adivasi Vikas Sanstha is a not for profit organization , actively involved in upliftment of Tribal from Nadurbar District.Janarth. JAVS evolved out of a Labour Movement during 70s and 80s involving fight for the rights of the Adivasi. JAVS worked for the rights and dignity of the Adivasi landless laborers and marginal farmers in then Dhule district. The main aim of this movement was to organize the Adivasis in order to fight the exploitation by the land owning community. During the peak of the movement nearly 4000 acres of Adivasi land was reclaimed. JAVS is working primarily with the Bhil and Pawara communities, and in 35 villages of Shahada taluka and 15 villages of Dhadgaon Taluka of Nandurbar District.

Knowledge Hope Opportunity and Justice (KHOJ)

KHOJ is a voluntary organisation working in Melghat region of Amravati district since 1996. KHOJ started its work with a vision to develop a collective voice and leadership of youths from the Melghat region as well as adjoining block of Achalpur empowering them with proper knowledge, skills and opportunities for development. Currently it is involved in social and economic development of people from Melghat and safeguarding their rights. KHOJ is the nodal agency coordinating the CBMP under NRHM work in Amravati district. In Amravati district, this programme is carried out in 5 blocks - Chikhaldara, Dharni, Achalpur, Chandur Bazar and Anjangaon with support of 2 other partner organisations.

Lok Seva Sangam (LSS)

Lok Seva Sangam (LSS) is in existence for the last 35 years and working towards improvement of health conditions of people living in the slums of Mumbai. Along with its specific efforts to address the concerns of people affected by Tuberculosis and Leprosy, the organization also works towards enhancing the overall health conditions of people living in distressed conditions.

Rachana Society for Social Reconstruction (RACHANA)

A small group of activists and social scientists working in various NGOs started exploring the idea in 1989 for working in the rural environment and restructuring a society with equal rights and opportunity for development and free from any discrimination. Today Rachana reaches over 150 villages and their hamlets in Haveli, Velhe, Mulshi and Bhor Tehsils of Pune District, Maharashtra state, India, spread over a large hilly area. Rachana is also associated with national and regional networks which address educational, health and food security related issues.

Support for Advocacy and Training to Health Initiatives (SATHI)

SATHI is the action Centre of Anusandhan Trust evolved from CEHAT. The SATHI team originated in 1998 as part of CEHAT Pune and after working for more than 7 years as an action team in CEHAT, from 1st April 2005 has developed into full-fledged action centre of Anusandhan Trust with Headquarters in Pune. As a nodal agency for CBMP in NRHM, SATHI has been extremely influential in demonstrating this model as an effective way to monitor the health services leading to positive impact on the availability and quality of health services in the select districts. The interventions have been planned in such a way that will generate valuable social experiences, insights and analyses and pave the way to integrate the community monitoring in the existing nutritional related programmes namely ICDS and the Rajmata Jijau Mission Programme. SATHI will be coordinating the Program.