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We simply would not be able to offer what we do without the support of our partners. If you are interested in getting involved. Go here
Salt of the Earth is a UK charity (charity no. 328328) which administers SCAD donations as well as fundraising to support a range of activities operated by SCAD.
It was founded by Murray Frankland after a chance meeting with Cletus Babu while touring South India in 1989. Read Murray’s story here.
Gorta is Ireland’s overseas development charity and started working with SCAD as a strategic partner with the prime objective of building a differently-abled persons resource centre in Cheranmahadevi. Visit www.gorta.org
The Converging World charity connects funders in the UK with renewable energy projects in the South. It has been working with SCAD for the past five years installing wind turbines in the districts.Visit www.theconvergingworld.com
CONVERGE is an interdisciplinary collaborative research project funded by the European Commission’s 7th Framework Programme. The team comprises nine partners from industrialised nations (Sweden, the UK and Iceland), transition economies (Hungary) and rapidly industrialising nations (India). Work began in September 2009 and the study intends sharing its research findings in 2012.
Jeveeka Trust is non-political, non-religious UK charity supports SCAD in its integrated village development programmes.
The Soil Fertility Project (SFP) is working with SCAD to provide sustainable agricultural technologies to rural farmers to increase the quality and fertility of their soils.
The Soil Fertility Project is funded by the RH Southern Trust, a small family charity trust that provides on-going funding for work that might lead to fundamental change.