We work closely with various stakeholders who share our vision of sustainable and inclusive development. Here are some of our projects that will give you an in-depth insight into some of our high-impact models that have benefited both communities and businesses at large in the recent times.
BASELINE ASSESSMENT OF INCLUSIVE WORKPLACE INTRERVENTION
Client: Breakthrough India
Change Alliance designed and implemented a baseline assessment of Breakthrough India on Inclusive Workplace intervention at two factories and three communities around garment factories in Faridabad. The objective of the baseline assessment was to understand the ground level status, provide a situational analysis of sexual harassment in factories, and give baseline values on key programme indicators to measure change at the end of the project.
PROGRAM EVALUATION: SUCCESS AND IMPACT
Client: DIFFICULT DIALOGUES
Change Alliance evaluated Difficult Dialogues (DD) programmes to understand the success and impact of such dialogues and debates across stakeholders and audiences, as against other similar initiatives across the country. Difficult Dialogues is a platform for sharing knowledge and examining key issues of contemporary relevance in India and South Asia. It is based on the premise that conversations and knowledge sharing are the key pillars of progressive change in a fast-growing and volatile world. Having been reached at 10 cities of nine states with participation from 65 Indian universities, more than 200 panellists, over 18 partners and 900 participants. The program evaluation report presented the stories of learning, networking and challenges to better the platform. It also provided the key USP of the program that were observed by the stakeholders and participants involved.
EDUCATION- PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION AND ASSESSMENT
Client and geography: multiple clients, Pan India Change Alliance has designed, implemented and assessed education projects in line with our core objectives of inclusion and gender mainstreaming. We work to ensure that children from all communities and groups, especially girls, can access opportunities for better education and reach their true potential.
HOMELESS RESOURCE CENTRE (HRC) PROJECT BASELINE ASSESSMENT
Client: HUMANA PEOPLE TO PEOPLE INDIA
Change Alliance partnered with Humana People to People India (HPPI) to conduct a baseline assessment study on HPPI’s Homeless Resource Centre (HRC) Project of Government of Delhi in East and North East Delhi with two broad objectives: a.Comprehensive situational analysis to plan the strategy for the project b.Baseline values on log-frame indicators to measure the change during end-line
PROGRAM DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION
Client and geography: multiple clients, Pan India
Change Alliance has a legacy of working directly with the community on various issues, giving us a strong foundation and understanding of social issues and complexities that hinder the socio-economic development of these communities. Our deep engagement with core socio-economic issues of gender mainstreaming, intersectionality, human rights, and social inclusion enables us to implement challenging programmes and with diverse stakeholders.
ASSESS THE SITUATION OF EYE HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS IN GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE CLINICS- FACILITY ASSESSMENT
Client: Sightsavers India and IMPACT Pvt. Ltd.
Geography: Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Odisha, Bihar and West Bengal
Change Alliance, in partnership with IMPACT, was engaged by Sightsavers to conduct a baseline study/gap analysis in 59 districts of eight states - Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Odisha, Bihar and West Bengal. The study was conducted to strengthen the eye-health delivery systems at district level. The District Eye Health Assessment Tool (DEHAT) was developed to assess the situation of eye healthcare systems in government and private clinics. The findings of this study were used as evidence for advocating better facilities for eye health with state and district health departments.
SCHOOL SUPPORT PROGRAMME IN DELHI GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS: BASELINE, ENDLINE AND IMPACT ASSESSMENTS
Client: United Way Delhi (UWD)
Change Alliance was commissioned by United Way to conduct a baseline study for nursery students focusing on the infrastructural needs assessment, quality of teaching, teachers’ capacities, growth monitoring, and assessment of the learning capacities and growth of the children. The baseline tool was developed focused on project monitoring and future evaluations including the endline evaluation. Change Alliance also conducted an endline study to understand the impact of the program. Recommendations were made based on the insights and key learnings from the evaluation., revisions were suggested in the Change Alliance also conducted impact assessment of two government schools for United Way Delhi in year 2019.
LIVELIHOOD AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT- PROGRAM DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION AND ASSESSMENT
Client and geography: multiple clients, Pan India
Change Alliance’s current program on livelihood is based on our historical work under the DFID (UK) funded Partnership Program Arrangement (PPA) at the Department for International Development (DFID), Poorest Areas Civil Society (PACS) Program and Climate Resilient Livelihood which used multiple models to strengthen and support existing livelihood practices of the marginalized communities, build capacity of farmers and marginal producers, help improve their access to resources, government schemes, and create market linkages through collectivization to help improve their income. With the aim of inclusive growth and sustainable development, our work on livelihood and skills development spans various geographies and models.
Change Alliance partner Samarthak Samiti helps its members to process, package and market their products in order to secure better prices and increase sales for a range of forest produce, including honey and black plums that are processed into vinegar.
Change Alliance is supporting the Eco-veg programme which encourages training farmers to shift to sustainable organic farming. The programme is improving the livelihoods of poor farmers from excluded communities, especially women, and is increasing availability of healthy food to consumers across Tamil Nadu.