What’s next? 

The work in India will continue on addressing both practical and strategic gender needs of women. Intersectionalities in the work of women’s political empowerment will be explored; a gender analytical framework will be used to empower adolescent girls & address early child marriage, engage on WASH, food security & livelihoods.


  • 272,000 locally trained volunteers in Bangladesh are mobilising their fellow villagers to take action to end their own hunger

Whats next?

In Bangladesh, THP will seek to empower and strengthen the elected representatives of Union Parishads to provide catalytic leadership, awaken and mobilize the community people, especially the women and the youth to take self-reliant actions, and build a civil society from the grassroots by mobilizing volunteers to be the change agents. The approach in Bangladesh calls for forging a partnership between the Union Parishad, government functionaries, other development actors and the community to pursue a women-focused, community-led development strategy to help achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).