Lack of information: Current leaders have very little knowledge about schemes – impairing on-ground progress and development.
Ineffective implementation: There is a lack of evidence-based policy tools for lawmakers and government officials as well as a lack of coherent methods of data collection, comprehensive analytics and a lack of reporting and proof of policy implementation.
Create frameworks, tools and methodologies: These are aimed towards helping policymakers devise solutions for challenges across horizontal and vertical policy implementation.
Training in effective and efficient digital tools: Facilitating, training and providing support for the current political and sarpanch leaders on effective and efficient digital tools and skills for efficient administration.
Mass education of below poverty line workers: We conduct mass mobilization of below poverty line workers around government programs that provide employment and engage them in building critical hard assets for the villages around rainwater harvesting and agriculture.
Last Mile Delivery: We provide last-mile delivery of various government schemes available through common service centers.
Partnering with Sri Sri University: Through the department of good governance and public policy, we offer training and in-depth field visits to create visionary thinkers and ethical leaders.
Engaging student interns: We help engage student-interns to work with leaders in villages and provide them with the necessary communication and technology skills to effectively utilize the schemes. This ensures that the schemes of education, involving them in policy-making and scaling make a material difference to the intended beneficiaries.