Partnering for Impact

Ambuja Cement Foundation is a grassroots implementing organization who, over the past few decades has developed specialist expertise in ‘last mile reach’ and ‘community mobilisation.’ Working together with like-minded organisations, we generate prosperity in rural communities.

Types of Partners

We collaborate and work with a variety of different partners, to help them implement their on-ground programs and make lasting change in rural communities. With over 105 partners across 11 states, ACF is experienced in designing, managing and implementing rural development projects in partnership with:

Governments

Over the years, ACF has partnered with many state governments to implement a variety of schemes in the areas of water, skills, agriculture and women. ACF has the capacity to manage large scale projects, working with multiple stakeholders, and deliver tangible, on-ground impacts as a result.

Corporates

ACF has joined hands with many corporate partners in the past, to help them implement their CSR across a variety of locations. With proven project models, the ability to measure impact and meet the detailed reporting requirements of corporate partners, ACF makes the perfect CSR implementing partner.

Non Profits

ACF has collaborated with a variety of Indian and International non-profit organisations to help them meet their goals and objectives. Our widespread reach across rural communities, and reach across beneficiary groups (Women, Farmers and Youth) provide non-profits with instant access to target communities.

Communities

A unique aspect of ACF’s work is our partnership with the community itself. Across all our programs, we require communities to invest in projects, harnessing both financial and in-kind contributions to ensure that communities value projects and actively support them.

Major Investors

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Let’s work together!

The needs of rural India are vast, and we can make a bigger difference by working together. We currently have a footprint across 11 states and 2073 villages, but have identified an additional 47 districts for development. These districts fare very poorly on development indicators, where quality of human life is abysmal.

To find out more about how we can collaborate or implement a project for you, reach out to our team today!

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