Established in 1979, Transasia Bio-Medicals is India's largest In-vitro diagnostic company, offering products and services in sectors such as biochemistry, immunology, and microbiology. Transasia is Grampari's largest financial contributor, and played an important role in making Grampari Adopted Villages possible.
The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) is an Institution of the Indian government supporting agriculture and other activities to develop India's rural economy. Grampari is working with NABARD's 'Springshed Based Watershed Development Programme' to develop vital water infrastructure such as spring boxes, gabion structures and closed contour trenches in order to sustain agriculture in the communities where we work.
Established in 2005, Arghyam aims to partner and fund organizations and individuals that are addressing issues of water security for India's most vulnerable communities. Arghyam is an important funder and partner for our spring development work.
Child Health Foundation
Child Health Foundation is an organization based in the United States whose mission is "to save the greatest number of children's lives at the lowest possible cost." CHF supports scientific and technological research as well as education efforts to combat life threatening communicable diseases of infants and children. They played a large role in supporting our School Hand Wash Programme.