To foster and facilitate innovations in improving rural livelihoods and to support CSOs, CBOs, PRIs, and rural professionals in capacity building programmes/activities, BRLF has been in the partnership with various government agencies, private trusts, banks, corporate houses, and educational institutions.
BRLF understands that Public and Private Partnership (PPP) models are the need of the time as no single entity is equipped with adequate resources required to meet the demands of rural livelihoods. Whereas partnership among organizations with similar interests but different sets of expertise mutually catalyzes each other’s strengths and develops a synergy that brings distant goals pretty close and achievable.
Partnership with resource agencies also helps BRLF in pooling of resources and shared learning. With 15 partners in capacity building, BRLF has successfully started its certificate program in rural livelihoods for tribal youths of the central Indian tribal region. These organizations support BRLF in administering the different modules of the course in their respective field locations. BRLF has also partnered with various resource agencies such as ACWADAM, ACT, WASSAN, PSI, PRAN, CSA, and Safe Harvest for successful pilot and subsequent implementation of its flagship initiatives.