GROW TOWARDS NATIONAL SCALE
Scaling programs that will impact India by making a national difference to the need they are addressing
SIX GTNS PROGRAMS
GLIMPES FROM THE LAUNCH EVENTS
The launch event at Mumbai on 1st Feb 2019 at The A Club was attended by more than 100 senior dignitaries representing IITians and the Social Sector Funding Community.
US launch events were organised in Silicon Valley on 13th April and NewYork City on 17th April.
GTNS GOAL: 2019
Create a vibrant sectoral platform that aspires to achieve bold GTNS outcomes by 2030
BUILD A GTNS PORTFOLIO
Target of between 6-10 GTNS program across Livelihoods, Education and Healthcare.
A Project Plan with each of these programs to accelerate scaling
A Capacity / Capability Building Plan with each of these programs that will enable them to scale nationally
ENGAGE SECTOR PARTNERS
Funding Partners for either Scaling Projects or Capacity/Capability Building
Go To Market Partners that enable access to new markets
Capacity/Capability Building Partners that help deliver required capabilities
ENJOY THE BENEFITS OF BECOMING A PARTNER
Fund programs that will make a national difference
Invest in quality on a long term basis while reduce friction costs of finding programs every year
Contribute expertise towards capacity/capability building
Join a growing group of Global IITians intent on making a difference to India
Engage your network and communities to get involved in GTNS
Create rich life experiences through a GTNS program immersion
(SHOWCASED AT LAUNCH)
AN INTEGRATED AAA SYSTEM THAT WILL DELIVER HEALTH SOLUTIONS AT SCALE FOR THE FIRST 1000 DAYS
The Antara Foundation
Transformation of the existing independent Asha, Anganwadi and Auxiliary Nurse Midwife systems into an Integrated AAA system. The new system identifies currently missed 30%-65% high risk cases during the first 1000 days and effectively delivers treatment to them.
Scaling the program will reduce the more than 1MM annual high risk preventable deaths below age 5. It will also reduce the burden of lifelong cognitive or physical stunting currently carried by 1 of every 3 new Indians
A NATIONAL GIFT OF VISION NETWORK
Sankara Eye Foundation
A growing national network of hospitals that will operate at zero annual deficit and deliver free cataract and other vision solutions at scale.
As the network grows it has the potential to reverse the alarmingly growing number of blind and visually impaired indian citizens, currently more than 56 million and, notwithstanding existing private or government solutions, continuing to increase by more than 1 million each year