Rebuild India Fund has designed an inclusive sourcing process that leverages our connections with nodal partners and established NGO networks that recommend organizations working with vulnerable communities. These recommended organizations, led by proximate leaders, face multiple systemic challenges in fundraising, collaboration, communication and exposure to the larger sector.
At inception, we recognize the barriers restricting the access and visibility of CBOs serving vulnerable communities. Communities at the precipice of rapid socio-economic change in India experience a complex cycle of vulnerabilities. This interplay of issues related to poverty, gender inequality, child protection, migration, health, food security, and climate change is intricately woven with entrenched norms that sustain acts of social exclusion.
The Rebuild Way champions proximate leadership to support communities and establish pathways for sustainable change. We do this using an intersectional approach from non-profit identification to selection. Together with our portfolio of NGO partners, we are co-creating our methods of grant-making, transparent participative governance, and subsequent reporting for impact.
The unique selection process assesses organizations through the parameters of Leadership, Community Centricity, and Vulnerability (LCV) and prioritizes proximate leaders. The final selection is facilitated by an independent Investment Committee comprising diverse NGO leaders including existing portfolio grantee leaders.