In its very first year, ALC India designed a successful Rs. 1.5-crore mango value chain intervention for a farmers' federation.
ALC India, with Child Fund India's support, trained 400 unemployed youth of Puducherry and Tamilnadu in textiles, ITES and tailoring.
ALC India launched 'Transforming India', a quarterly livelihoods magazine that reached a readership of 20,000 stakeholders.
ALC India, as part of a research engagement with Quest Alliance, studied youth employability in sunrise sectors across 11 cities.
ALC India addressed Livelihoods Financing by launching a Symposium on 'Financing Livelihoods of the Economically Marginalized'.
ALC India launched 'Tathya', a platform to screen award winning documentaries that highlight the contributions of the marginalized.
12000 household were beneficiaries of ALC India's direct outreach program from 2005. An estimated 1.5 million were indirectly benefitted.
ALC India partners Kutch Nav Nirman Abhiyaan (KNNA) established six Producer Companies of 3000 small livestock holders in the Kutch region of Gujarat.
Access Livelihoods Development Finance is set up with the aim to raise much needed capital by enterprises during incubation period.
Partners with Tata Power to establish a dairy collective enterprises in Maval, Pune with an estimated impact of 3000 households. Initiates Employment Generation Program – a domain focused on skill development.
ALC India partners with an internally displaced community in Odisha and leprosy-affected in Tamil Nadu ti incubate and promote producer organisations, the first of its kind in the country.
Is selected by Niti Aayog as one of the six enterprises to receive grant support to establish and incubate enterprises. 5 community owned enterprises promoted by ALC India do a combined business of Rs. 20 crores.