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Over the last two decades we have developed a community-based approach to tackling endemic issues in India's most marginalised communities.

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Grassroots leaders


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Expanding our reach

Expanding our reach

We have an ambitious growth plan to celebrate 25 years of experience and impact. At a time of great social challenge and debate in India we are well placed to broaden and deepen our impact by expanding our operation, network and geographical reach.

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Shaping India’s future from the ground up

CORO has evolved to become a grassroots-owned organisation: led, shaped and managed predominantly by Dalit and Muslim women and men that live and work in the communities they serve.

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This case is surely a positive step in stopping sexual abuse being perpetrated upon children, although there is still a long way to go. view story >

Meena Raju Manch (MRM) is a Maharashtra state government programme, which has been implemented in Mumbai schools. view story >

Sheela Pawar

Sheela feels that joining the Fellowship was a turning point for her. This is when she created her own identity. view story >


Her work has spanned 355 women’s groups, comprising 9,700 member women. view story >

North Maharashtra

Only we can change our story. view story >

Ganesh More

Mumbai slum community, many of the women have low-income jobs view story >