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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.


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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