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1.A�A� A�Poorest Area Civil Society Programs (PACS)/DFID
It is an I First consortium supporting DISHA for the last 4 years to address exclusion and discrimination and improve the food security situation through the MGNREGS and the Forest Right Act.

2.A�A� A�Terredes Homes/BMZ (German Cooperation)
TDH is a German child right organization supporting DISHA in collaboration with German Cooperation for ecological child right and preserving of bio diversity for the past 2 years.

3.A�A� A�European Union/Dan church Aid
DANCHURCHAID with the support of European Union has been providing support to DISHA for a project that is fighting against poverty by improving access and governance of public schemes and services in the Sundargarh district of Odisha.

4.A�A� A�Canadian Food Grain Bank/ Mennonite Central Committee
The Canadian Foodgrains Bank is a partnership of 15 Canadian churches and church-based agencies working together to end global hunger. The Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is a worldwide ministry of Anabaptist churches, shares God’s love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice. MCC with the support of CFGB provides assistance to DISHA in order to work on food security, sustainable agriculture and organic farming with the preservation and regeneration of natural resources for the past 9 years.

5.A�A� A�Bernard van leer foundation (BVLF)
The Bernard van Leer Foundation is a private grant-making foundation. Their mission is to improve the opportunities for children up to age 8who are growing up in socially and economically difficult circumstances. They see this both as a valuable end in itself and as a long-term means to promote more cohesive, considerate and creative societies with equal opportunities and rights for all. BVLF supports DISHA for the mother tongue based early childhood education among theindigenous communities for the past 3 years.

6.A�A� A�Kinderpostzegels
It is a child development organization of Netherland who promotes alternative form of child care with family based care, like foster care, sponsorship, kin-ship care and protection of girls from trafficking. It has been providing support to DISHA for the last 10 years.

7.A�A� A�Government Of Odisha & Government of India
Both the State Government and the Union Government provide support to DISHA forrunning various projects on child protection, theirA� development and rehabilitation. It also provides support for running an open shelter for rescued children. The district administration also provides support for various work related to agricultural development, water and sanitation and child development.

8.A�A� Childline India Foundation
It is a National 24 hour free phone outreach service for children in need of care and protection, thus, linking them to long term services for their care and rehabilitation. It is functioning under the Integrated child protection schemes under the Ministry of Women and Child Development of the government of India. It is providing support to DISHA to run the CHILDLINE service in the Rourkela and Sundargarh district of Odisha for the last 10 years.

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