• Welcome to CFAR

Proud moment as our Helpdesk & Single Window Forum members received certificate of appreciation from the Women and Child Development Department at the Khishori Mela. CFAR was recognized as the best NGO partner for empowering urban poor communities with health & nutrition services. On the occasion of the 14th National Voters' Day, the District Collector of Ajmer, in collaboration with the District Election Office Ajmer, felicitated CFAR. CFAR received recognition in the "Best NGO" category for its commendable efforts in motivating and facilitating diverse community groups to register themselves as voters of the nation.


Social Inclusion


This is a two-city project, Unlocking rights & entitlements for social protection for a period of one year. The focus of the project is social inclusion for marginal communities across six key milestones -citizenship entitlements, social security, food security, health care, civic amenities and livelihood through setting up of single window and help desks

Achievements: CFAR has been mandated by the  Department of Women and Child Development to implement Saheli Samanvaya Programme, through a four pronged approach covering Samvad, Samriddhi, Creche and Mahila Sahayata Prakosth (Women’s Helpdesk)  to facilitate delivery of financial assistance schemes to women in distress (widows, elderly, PwD). Partnerships for this include convergence with DM Office, ICDS, One Stop Crisis Centre, Shelters and DSLSA-DLSA, Department of Labour and State Health Mission. In Kolkata, CFAR is collaborating with Rajpur Sonapur, North Dum Dum and Kolkata Municipal Corporation to implement the Duare Sarkar Programme inclusion of marginal poor across 11 government schemes

  • Title: Unlocking rights & entitlements for social protection
  • Geography: Kolkata, Delhi
  • Supported by: Michael and Susan Dell Foundation
  • Focus : Social Inclusion

The Government of Delhi, aims to scale up citizen engagement in delivery of services by setting up innovative and localised community led models of urban governance called Ambedkar Kendra (AK). These centers are being envisaged as one stop as facilitation centers for provision of comprehensive schemes and services for the residents living in and around the centre.

To do this, CFAR is working in five geographies to strengthen community engagement, by facilitating and training community members representing different marginalized groups to set up Help-desk teams in each settlement that get linked with the Workers Facilitation Centres (WFC) so that together they can ensure service inclusion and outreach to the most marginalised groups.

The intervention will reach out to 81, 350 beneficiaries living across 20 JJ clusters/resettlement colonies in five districts of Delhi.

  • Title: Developing Community-led Model of Integrated Slum Development through strengthening multi- purpose Workers Facilitation Centres in urban slums, Delhi
  • Geography: Delhi
  • Supported by: Azim Premji Foundation
  • Focus: Social Inclusion

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