Partners and Donors

Donors, Partners:

  1. UNICEF: Ships of hope, Dibrugarh District, Assam
  2. Dibrugarh District administration, Government of Assam (ships of hope)
  3. Department of Health, Government of Assam
  4. National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), Government of Assam
  5. Jalan Industries, Dibrugarh, Assam (administrative and logistics support)
  6. North Eastern Council: support for the NER Peoples’ Vision 2020 document 2005-06 (including a survey of 40,000 households in eight states, the largest in the region) and Colloquium on the North-east, 2004)
  7. Sir Dorabji Tata Trust: funded a three-year project Livelihoods by the Brahmaputra on dairy farming and boat transport
  8. Ford Foundation: support for the project on The Brahmaputra, creating livelihoods, promoting conservation: saving the Gangetic dolphin, eco-tourism and livelihoods; dairy, health and income growth
  9. Ministry of Commerce, Government of India: ongoing detailed study on Look East Policy
  10. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung: support for workshops in Delhi on the North-east (2004) and seminars/workshops in Assam and Meghalaya on Bangladesh and the North-east (2001 and 2004)
  11. Planning Commission, Government of India: support for Review of projects on Augmented Drinking Water Supply schemes for Dimapur (Nagaland) and Aizawl (Mizoram); chapter on Inland water transport and connectivity for the Assam State Development Report 2002
  12. Ministry for the Development for the Northeastern Region, Government of India: support for workshops and seminars in 2004-2005 and 2005-2006 on the Northeast and investment opportunities as well as the Look East Policy, Infrastructure needs and Micro-credit
  13. Assam Foundation for North America and individual contributors for CNES-Setu National Media Fellowship 2005
  14. Institute for Developing Economies (JETHRO) of the Ministry of Trade, Japan, for the project: Sub-Regional Relations in The Eastern South Asia: with special focus on India’s North Eastern Region (published as a book, 2005)
  15. Asian Dialogue Society for conduct of seminars, travel and discussions in Nagaland, Assam and Meghalaya in January 2006 and November 2006 New Delhi and Guwahati on connectivity between the North-east and South East Asia
  16. Indian Council of Social Science Research: workshop in Bhopal on The North-east (March 2004) and lectures in Shillong, Guwahati and Dibrugarh by Prof. Sumit Ganguly of Indiana University, Bloomington, US, and Prof. Lisa Cliggett of University of Kentucky, Lexington, US (2005)
  17. World Bank (awarded C-NES a national award for the Ship of Hope concept at the India Development Marketplace in 2004 which kick-started its innovative river-based health program in Assam)
  18. Population Foundation of India
  19. Irish Aid Henrich Boll Foundation
  20. Foundation for Social Transformation (FST)
  21. OIL India Ltd.
  22. Numaligarh Refinery Ltd.

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