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Since inception in 2015, The Antara Foundation's (TAF) programs have been running in three states of India - Rajasthan (2015), Chhattisgarh (2019) and Madhya Pradesh (2019).

TAF's approach towards beginning operations in a new state is to run interventions in a few focus districts initially and aim to scale throughout the state thereafter. This allows TAF to gather feedback, tailor interventions to the specific state context and test for potential impact.

1 district in India 

~1,500 villages

1.5 million people

The Antara Foundation works to achieve grassroots impact, starting at the block level and scaling up to the district and state levels.

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In Rajasthan

TAF's interventions began in two focus districts, and have now been scaled state-wide to all 33 districts, which includes ~46,000 villages. 

In Madhya Pradesh

TAF is working in five focus districts: Chhindwara, Betul, Gwalior, Morena and Seoni. 

In Chhattisgarh 

TAF is working in Mahasamund district.

The Antara Foundation is moving ahead strongly to impact maternal and child health outcomes for

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