The Centre for Social Research thanks its partners for supporting our work for women’s empowerment and ending discrimination.  None of our achievements this year would be possible without this commitment.  We’ve covered these activities throughout the annual report, but we’d like to take a special moment here to say thank you and to highlight these important partnerships

Dutch Embassy Delhi Through a major two-year grant, the embassy is supporting CSR’s fight again Pre-Natal Sex-Selection in Haryana in conjunction with the government’s Beti Bachao Beti Padhao program.
The Asia Foundation TAF is a longtime partner and this year supported CSR on two important initiatives:  our Safe Cities project to improve women’s safety in Bhopal, Gwalior, and Jodhpur.
German Embassy, New Delhi The German Embassy supported CSR in the launch of its office assistant training program, which trained 65 women and linked them with job opportunities.
RITES RITES has joined the Centre for Social Research this year in support our water conservation program in Sanganer, Rajasthan, which builds women’s leadership capacity along with local water conservation infrastructure.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter Pvt. Ltd Honda, our most recent new partner, has helped us launch our training for women security guards and advance our commitment to women’s economic empowerment.  Honda also supports our work on women’s leadership in water conservation in Alwar, Rajasthan.
The Commonwealth Foundation The Commonwealth Foundation is supporting an important three-year project to advance women’s political leadership and participation.
Hanns Seidel Foundation This year, HSS and CSR advanced a long-term partnership on women’s leadership for Water Conservation and Climate Change  in Rural Rajasthan
Australian High Commission The Australian High Commission joined CSR to launch its sports for girls program in Haryana, which has enrolled nearly 300 girls in sports activities.
Facebook Our three-year partnership with Facebook has taught over 23,000 college students directly about safe online practices.   CSR is a pilot partner for Facebook’s We Think Digital training program in India.
Twitter Twitter and CSR continue to engage in dialogue on issues of online safety for women.


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