Our Policy

SRADHA has its comprehensive policies in the following areas: HR Policy, Finance and accounts Procedure & policy, gender policy, child rights and protection policy, Youth policy, advocacy strategy, Organization Leadership, Succession Policy, Partnership Policy, Disability Policy, Policy on RTI


  • Community mobilization: SRADHA has formed and strengthened Community based Organizations among tribal women, youth, farmers and children and involved them into the village development process.
  • Capacity building: Capacity building at the level of the community, staff and other partner organizations. Capacity building is one of the central activity promoting enhancements of knowledge, awareness building and skills development through participatory trainings
  • Networking and Federation: SRADHA builds federation of women's group and other CBOs and assist them to develop linkages and network with various other organizations / civil societies to resolve the local level issues. If need be it will involve them into issues based committees. It also involves likeminded activists and groups and work towards lobbying and advocacy.
  •  Advocacy and lobbying: SRADHA engages communities in rural and urban areas for their rights and entitlements
  • Community based Participation: programs are implemented through CBOs, PRIs, youth clubs and other community institutions
  • Decentralized Planning:Decentralized Planning ensures primacy of local communities and their institutions in deciding their development needs in accordance with priorities. SRADHA has developed a comprehensive range of tools and check list and experienced resource persons, skilled man power, training modules, analytical framework as well as sector specific tools for bottom up planning.
  • Community Monitoring: Much of the problem in project implementation process can be ascribed to the lack of effective community monitoring. Rural and urban people still have the beneficiary outlook and seldom approach the issues in a rights perspective. SRADHA has mainstreamed community monitoring as a key element in its projects and programmes.
  • Social Audit:  to achieve greater transparency, social audit has gained prominence in development discourse as a tool to advance transparency and accountability. SRADHA has a collection of social audit manual, training material and analytical tools for capacity development of community groups.
    • Gender: We aim to analyse and integrate gender issues in all our activities, and to engage and contribute to emerging debates on gender
    • Governance: Our governance work focuses on tools and tactics that can support a just and fair governance system that protects the rights of communities in local, national and global decision making

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