Build the tribe
Create an ecosystem to bring together stakeholders invested in social impact
Craft a unified narrative and engagement around the mission and purpose of the coalition and its activities
Expand and engage the talent pool
Empower future leaders to be the drivers of commercial collaboration across sectors
Co-curate and scale commercially viable, collaborative and transformative projects
Funding for impact
Facilitate transformative partnerships and create blended capital models for accelerating development
Transformation through collaboration
The coalition is pursuing three ambitions and three goals that address seven of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Our four impact tracks
The coalition is tackling some of the most pressing challenges facing India through its work across four thematic areas/impact tracks.
The rural collaboration project aims to bring holistic multi-sectoral development to rural communities in India with market-driven interventions through the Stages of Development (SOD) Framework. The SOD Framework is a data-driven tool that helps public and private sector players pursue synergistic action with greater impact.
Launched in February 2020, the Project Tej Alliance aims to accelerate healthcare innovations and their access to public health channels and private markets. The alliance addresses the systemic challenges of the healthcare innovation ecosystem by forging transformative partnerships, catalysing capital and building a partnership of stakeholders including governments, businesses, start-ups, hospitals, funders, non-profits and other ecosystem enablers.
Vikaasa is governed by an Executive Committee and supported by an Advisory Board.
The optimistic hope is to have India grow at 10% per year, but the quality of this growth has to be sustainable and inclusive. For this, the government and private sector need to work together.
I believe that businesses have a significant role to play in achieving a new, more sustainable and inclusive growth model for the future.
In the world we aspire to have, we need to find new ways of collaborating, which is difficult. I am optimistic about Vikaasa finding the code for how collaboration will look in the future.
When preaching gets converted into positive action and you become part of an initiative, that’s when change comes. This (Vikaasa coalition) is a noble initiative.
I think it is a great idea that the best companies in India are using their talent, knowledge, managerial abilities and resources to address some of the social challenges in the country.
This wonderful initiative (Vikaasa coalition) must succeed if we wish to undo the immense damage that has been done already to our environment and our planet during the last century of industrial development.
Want to learn more?
Get in touch with Vipul Kumar, Director of our Vikaasa partnership.