Our long-standing partner is the German NGO Deutsch-Indische Zusammenarbeit (DIZ) in Frankfurt who has been funding us right from the beginning. Partnership in Action from Eastbourne (U. K.) joined soon after.
In recent years we have received financial aid from the German Ministry for Economic Co-operation and Development (BMZ) who co-funded the Mamta Hospital and the Technical School as well as from the Ministry for Economic Affairs of the German State of Hessen. NCCI (National Council of Churches in India) sends lecturers on social issues for our foreign visitors. Together we started looking into the Human Right to Food with the support of FIAN (FoodInformation and Action Network).
Youth Action for Peace (yap) in Germany is our partner in organising volunteer services and work camps for young Europeans to experience India 's reality in the villages. Together with NARCHI (National Association of Reproductive and Child Health of India) and doctors from Nagpur we conduct diagnostic camps and one year courses in training birth attendants.
The Sericulture Department in Nagpur helps in diversifying agriculture through spreading of information and providing government schemes. MYRADA (Mysore Resettlement and Development Agency)of Bangalore provides know-how for watershed projects. Moreover our TBAs (Trained Birth Attendants) will cooperate with the social teams of the IIYW (Indian Institute of Youth Welfare) from 11/05 onwards.
Besides, we are always willing to learn from other partners or pass on our knowledge to them.