SSP works with multiple partners with congruent goals, towards optimizing our efforts for community development. Multiple stakeholders in our programs enrich our work, lending a wider perspective, as well as financial and training support.
SSP actively partners with the various government agencies of Maharashtra, Gujarat and Bihar, International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development and Reserve Bank of India’s Financial Education Initiative, Start-Up Village Entrepreneurship Program (SVEP) - Aajeevika - National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM) launched by the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), Maharashtra State Rural Livelihoods Mission (MSRLM), Government of India, Resource Agency to the Water Supply and Sanitation Program, Government of India, MSSDS (Maharashtra State Skill Development Society are enabling us to build legitimacy and scale for our initiatives. We work along with the state level Ministry of Rural Development, the Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Department, the Agriculture Department, Department of Women and Child Development among others, in these states.
SSP’s top funders are USAID, Misereor, Germany, Huairou Commission, World Bank, HIVOS, Sir Ratan Tata Trust, Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust, iPartner India, Groots International, PATH, Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves and Global Poverty Action Fund-DFID.
In verticals dealing with last mile social products such as clean energy and sanitation, we have received innovative financial support for consumer loans and portfolio expansion. Partners in these verticals include NABARD, Habitat for Humanity- India and the Yunus Social Business Fund.
Corporate partners work with us through their CSR wings, apart from involving with us as business channel partners.