CORO

Our programmes

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 leadership

Gender
Education

Empowering
Women

1300+

Grassroots leaders

22k

Public schools

250+

Mahila mandals

2.5M

People reached

400k

Children reached

3k

Members

Latest from Our Blog

Whether it's community outreach, national conferences, or award-winning campaigns, we are constantly busy with diverse and fascinating new projects. Read all about the latest news on the blog:

All the latest from CORO

From perpetrators to CHANGE-MAKERS: A community conference on engaging men

Single Women Campaign - A Journey of 7 years

The Butterfly Effect: Single Women’s Stories of Change

The Secret to Solving Drought

Expanding our reach

Expanding our reach

We have an ambitious growth plan to celebrate 30 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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Ganesh More

How Ganesh improved economic conditions for 3,000 people view story >

North Maharashtra

‘Only we can change our story’: the development of a marginalised tribal community view story >

Badrunisa's Mission

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

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 >

Right To Pee

We organized the first ever National Convention on Women’s Right To Pee. view story >

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