About ALC India, a social enterprise in livelihoods
|Down untrodden paths|
|People and organisations that inspire us|
|For those who seek a cause beyond a career|
|Our Vision and Values|
|Our unchanging roots and undiscovered skies|
|A team of professionals with a purpose|
|The fellow travellers in our journey|
|Transparency & Accountability|
|Our key internal documents in public domain|
|Our magazines, books and reports|
Total Projects: 8
September 19th: ALC India is incorporated
ALC India selects a paid service model to ensure performance, accountability and sustainability. Guidelines set for profit and optimal returns to shareholders.
World Vision becomes ALC India’s first partner.
Engages ALC India for a training programme on livelihoods promotion as part of their tsunami response efforts.
Total Projects: 31
April: ALC India completes 30 projects in FY 2006-07.
October : ALC India launches Transforming India, a quarterly magazine to disseminate knowledge and ideas on current and emerging livelihood issues. Magazine attains readership base of 20000.
Total Projects: 54
Performance appraisal and quality assurance processes operationalized.
Total Projects: 53
April : 1st Annual Symposium on ‘Financing Livelihoods of Poor’ held.
2009-10: First Regional unit started in Bhubaneshwar, Odisha.
2009-10: Friends of Women’s World Banking (FWWB) becomes ALC India’s first institutional financier, providing two loans of Rs. 1.5 million and Rs. 2.5 million.
Total Projects: 55
March : ALC India launches Tathya, a learning event that created awareness among urban populations about the contributions of the marginalized. Tathya screens documentaries and offers a products expo.
December: 2-day symposium on ‘Financing Economically Marginalized’ held; continue the work from the first symposium titled ‘Financing Livelihoods of Poor’.
Total Projects: 51
March: ALC India establishes five domains:
Programme & Project Management (PPM) , Financial Management & Administration (FMA), Human Resource Management (HRM) , Institution & Organization Management (IOM) and Information, Communication & Knowledge (ICK).
May: 2-day economic summit on ‘Tenant, Marginal and Smallholder Farmers in Agriculture’ held; draws 30 participants.
Regional office started in Ranchi, Jharkhand.
Total Projects: 35
292 Projects. 17 States. The journey continues.