Developing India’s Next Generation of Leaders Working to Advance Women’s Empowerment
The Collective Impact Partnership (CIP) leverages the powerful work of Rise Up, How Women Lead, the Public Health Institute, Global Fund for Women, and World Pulse to increase the economic power of women and girls in India.
5 leading global health organizations partnering together on the Collective Impact Partnership
20 India-based leaders selected for the program each year
8 local organizations working in partnership on the ground
Meet Anuradha Bhosale, a Collective Impact Leader. Through the Avani Organization, she has worked with waste pickers in Kolhapur, India, helping to form a national association for waste pickers, leading trainings on “going green,” and advocating for access to water and facilities in areas of residences. She and the organization also focus on keeping the children of waste pickers in school and training them in life skills and leadership.
Learn more about Anuradha and other Collective Impact Partnership (CIP) leaders who are expanding their skills and advocating for women’s economic and social justice issues in India.
CIP leverages the powerful work of Rise Up, How Women Lead, the Public Health Institute, Global Fund for Women, and World Pulse to increase the economic power of women and girls in India. With funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, CIP’s innovative approach builds women leaders’ advocacy, individual leadership, and digital capacities to advance economic empowerment and justice for women and girls in Maharashtra.