Samhita partners with organizations that are focused on enabling non-profits and social enterprises to achieve their maximum impact. Our partners have the resources and commitment to help social organizations develop leadership, access much-needed operational and fund-raising expertise, and advance their overall programmatic effectiveness.
You can read more about our partners and benefits our partnerships to social organizations below.
Tata Trusts are amongst India’s oldest, non-sectarian philanthropic organisations that work in several areas of community development. Tata Trusts seek to be catalysts in development through giving grants and implementing strategic partnerships to institutions and organisations in the areas of Natural Resources Management, Rural Livelihoods, Urban Livelihoods & Poverty, Education, Enhancing Civil Society and Governance, Health and Media Arts, Crafts and Culture.
The Trusts work is guided by the vision and principles of our founder Sir Jamsetji Tata who believed in building a prosperous nation by not only uplifting the underprivileged but nurturing the brightest minds in the country.
Samhita’s implementation partner Collective Good Foundation, is supported by Tata Trusts to facilitate partnerships between companies and implementation organisations, create and disseminate sector-based knowledge to relevant stakeholders and build the capacity of NGO partners.
India Sanitation Coalition (ISC)
The India Sanitation Coalition strives to create a platform for companies, civil society groups, government, financial institutions, media, donors, bilateral and multilateral organizations and experts to find sustainable solutions for sanitation.
Samhita is actively working with the Coalition Secretariat and its Task forces to realize the vision of the ISC and is a member of the Steering Committee which approves, guides and monitors the work of the coalition.
Samhita is also one of the Co-Chairs of the Best Practices Identification and Dissemination Task force which is mandated to collate best practices and other knowledge resources, manage the ISC website and disseminate knowledge through events, training and other communication channels.
As part of the ISC’s engagement with the Rajasthan Government, Samhita is leading the working group on sanitation in schools and is working with the Rajasthan Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan to understand the needs and requirements for sustainable sanitation in schools.