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LabourNet is a social enterprise that creates sustainable benefits for workers in the informal sector by offering them a platform to access services. LabourNet is supported by National Skill Development Corporation of India, besides other funding and knowledge partners. Read more>>
Engagement: LabourNet, with SVP’s support, is building capacity of new and potential women entrepreneurs by setting up self-sustaining micro enterprises near their homes. SVP is also working on a strategic transformation plan for and with LabourNet, encompassing operations, marketing and technology, to help them achieve their ambitious goals faster and better.


MAYA is a Karnataka-based NGO working to create an empowered and equitable society that systemically addresses livelihood and education. They are strongly rooted for the personal and collective empowerment of the poor. Read more>>
Engagement: MAYA, with support from SVP, will tackle the dual challenges of preventive health care and livelihood creation in rural areas, through training women to become “health navigators”. The pilot in Chennapatna will create a new category of healthcare workers who can be the last mile for preventive and promotional health, and SVP and MAYA will together develop a sustainable model – financial and talent – to sustain health navigators’ income and growth.


Vrutti promotes livelihoods of disadvantaged groups by working with communities and development partners. Their programs include running Farmer Producers Organizations, Agriculture Enterprise Facilitation Centre, Child Focussed Community Development Program and Integrated Water Resources Management Program. Read more>>
Engagement: SVP is working on a strategic transformation plan for and with Vrutti, to help them scale exponentially and create better livelihood impact for their farmer producers.


Prerak Trust works in the domain of Water, Sanitation and Solid Waste Management. Read more>> 
Engagement: Funding Prerak to design and implement an end-to-end Solid Waste Management (SWM) program in a specific area of Hebbagodi, a village in the outskirts of Bangalore that has a population of over 30,000 people.