Partners

We are proud to be associated with some of the most eminent organizations in the development and corporate sectors. We are grateful to our partners for supporting us in our mission.

THE ANTARA FOUNDATION PARTNERS

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ADITYA BIRLA GROUP

The Aditya Birla Group's CSR division supported Antara Foundation's program in Chhattisgarh. The program seeks to implement an adapted version of the AAA platform, called the AAM (ANM - Anganwadi Worker - Mitanin) platform to foster improved data usage and sharing for better identification and service of beneficiaries - pregnant women, lactating mothers and children.

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BAJAJ AUTO

Bajaj Auto’s CSR division partnered with Antara Foundation for its program in Sikar District’s Dhod Block in Rajasthan. The program aimed to reduce under-five child mortality by implementing our model of bringing in innovative, low-cost, scalable innovations to healthcare in partnership with government.

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BILL ​& MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is supporting the Antara Foundation since 2020 in expanding its maternal and child health program in Madhya Pradesh across two additional districts. Through the grant, the Antara Foundation aims to scale its existing innovations further (e.g., the AAA platform, nurse mentoring and facilities enhancement), as well as pilot new interventions (e.g., solutions to create active, aware and empowered communities) in these geographies.

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CHILDREN'S INVESTMENT FUND FOUNDATION (CIFF)

CIFF worked with Antara Foundation on its program aimed at improving saliency of nutrition in Rajasthan. Under the aegis of this program, several events such as a nutrition symposium and a CSR summit were convened to educate key stakeholders on the importance of nutrition.

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H. T. PAREKH FOUNDATION

The H T Parekh Foundation have been Antara Foundation's partners since 2019, supporting its program in Madhya Pradesh (MP). The program is a partnership between Antara Foundation and Government of MP’s Departments of Health & Family Welfare, and Women & Child Development. Built around the “1000 days” construct (from conception through the child’s second year), the program aims to improve maternal, child health and nutrition outcomes across the state of MP. H T Parekh Foundation sponsors work in Chhindwara district.

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TATA TRUSTS

Tata Trusts partnered with Antara Foundation in March 2015, along with the Govt. of Rajasthan, to support its flagship Rajasthan program. The program aimed at improving maternal and child health outcomes in Rajasthan, focusing on the critical ‘1000 days’ between conception and age two. Several of the program's interventions were scaled up state-wide by the state government, covering more than 46,000 village across Rajasthan.

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THE INDIA NUTRITION INITIATIVE (TINI)

The India Nutrition Initiative (TINI) was created by Tata Trusts with a panel of leading experts to develop and advocate an informed stand on policy relating to nutrition. TINI supported the scaling up of Antara Foundation's AAA platform to ten districts in Rajasthan under the 'Rajsangam' banner.