Hand in Hand India was established in 2004. Several for-profit group entities have been set up since, to ensure sustainability for each of our chosen interventions. This innovative model of not-for-profit and for-profit entities working side-by-side ensures shared resources, cost reduction and high-quality output.
Hand in Hand Inclusive Development Services
HHIDS is a not-for-profit organisation that was established in 2007 to deal with the increasing waste menace and environmental damage. The company specializes in Municipal Solid Waste Management, Waste-to-energy solutions and Community Safe Drinking Water solutions.
The Socio Economic and Education Development (SEED) Trust targets people at the bottom of the pyramid and aims to create a sustainable and replicable poverty reduction model. It shares the same vision and mission as Hand in Hand India. SEED Trust focuses on implementing an integrated community development project for poverty reduction. The Solid Waste Management, Health and Citizens’ Centre interventions are included under the umbrella of SEED Trust.
Belstar Microfinance Ltd
Belstar is a Non-Banking Finance Company (NBFC) and a subsidiary of Muthoot Finance Limited. Guided by a Board comprising experts, and able leaders, the company has successfully transitioned into a profitable and high-potential Microfinance Institution (MFI) with low credit risk. Belstar pursues a double bottom line focusing on both financial performance and social performance with the assistance of Hand in Hand India, alleviating poverty and pursuing community development.
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Academy for Social Entrepreneurship
The Academy aims to create socially responsible management professionals who are equipped to find inclusive, innovative and insightful solutions to bring about positive change. The Academy offers to passionate individuals a mix of academic programmes that provide them with tools and insights for creating sustainable enterprises.
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Hand in Hand Switzerland Association is a platform that initiates social change by engaging in dialogue, sharing knowledge, promoting cross-learning, creating goodwill and making an impact for addressing the world’s pressing problems ranging from poverty to climate change.