India Literacy Project

India Literacy Project

Owner: India Literacy Project

Non-Profit members: 47

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To educate, to empower and to be a catalyst for a 100% literate India is India Literacy Project's (ILP) ambition as a non-profit. Currently we have more than 17 projects all across the country, spanning the most remote and downtrodden areas, reaching more than 2 lakh Indians and changing each of their lives.

India Literacy Project (ILP) was founded in 1990 in the USA by a group of young Non-Resident Indians. With its mission to be 'A Catalyst for 100% literacy in India', ILP is a developmental support organization that works in partnership with local Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and networks in India to play the role of a catalyst for literacy. ILP's main role is to enable and support the implementing partner (NGO) in its processes of strengthening the community, to identify and address the gaps in the delivery of education services, and to bring about systemic changes through advocacy.

ILP India

Realizing that for improved effectiveness and efficiency, ILP would need to have its own presence in India, ILP decided to set up the ILP India Trust in 2000. ILP India has developed a comprehensive on-site participatory evaluation and monitoring process which has helped strengthen, sustain and improved the success rates of programs funds.


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