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Renu Devi has gained so much confidence through the Self-Help Group that the Srijan Foundation set up in her village that she now shares her own skills with other women in the community. Jharkhand, India. © All We Can/Laura Cook

Renu Devi has gained so much confidence through the Self-Help Group that the Srijan Foundation set up in her village that she now shares her own skills with other women in the community. Jharkhand, India. © All We Can/Laura Cook

A third of the world's poorest people live in India and women are particularly marginalised in society. All We Can is working in Odisha and Jharkhand, two of India's poorest states in Eastern India. They both have a high proportion of tribal people living in remote forest communities.

Meet our partners

We are working in partnership with local organisations in Odisha and Jharkhand. Our partners are providing training so that women can speak out for their rights and supporting women to form Self-Help Groups so that they can set up small businesses together and access low cost loans at times of particular need.


READRural Education Activities for Development (READ)

Works with women in one of the poorest states in India, Odisha, to overcome the challenges of poverty and discrimination. Partner since: 2007 

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The Srijan FoundationThe Srijan Foundation

Works with marginalised tribal women in Jharkhand. Helps coal mining communities to find new ways to earn an income, working through Self-Help Groups. Partner since: 2013

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