Pratham is a tripartite partnership between the government, citizens and corporates. Our work is supported by several national and international corporates like ICICI Bank, Reliance Industries, CITI Foundation, Johnson & Johnson, McKinsey & Co., IBM, Boeing International, Piramal Group, BILT, British Gas, CSFB, HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank, etc., and multilateral foundations like UNICEF, World Bank, UNDP, UNESCO, American India Foundation and Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
Our key supporters include:
The Hewlett Foundation has made a grant of $9.1 million grant to support Read India in 100 districts over 3 years.
Google.org supported ASER with a $2 million grant.
The Michael & Susan Dell Foundation supports the program in the HKPR zone of Mumbai and provides partial support to the program in Delhi.
GE Foundation has been a strong supporter of our urban programs.
Supports the programs in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan through a grant of 2.9 million Euros. They also provide core funding for our programs.
Douglas Marshall Foundation has contributed to Read India and our summer camps
Our supporters also include:
Pratham also has a strong presence Pratham also has a strong presence internationally where our overseas chapters in the US, UK, UAE and Germany help mobilize funds.