Investing in the other India
in partnership with people, organisations and companies
The challenges of reaching out to the other India and finding solutions with them are complex, some historical and many contemporary. It is important that both of these are addressed if lasting solutions are to be found.
Team dialectics have been carefully navigating this space with a certain amount of success - particularly in reaching out to and planning together with those on the margins. Over the years we have partnered and supported a range of
organisations to do their programmes better, together with communities - be it use of participatory tools and techniques or using technologies to support both the communities and individuals and organisations working with them.
If you or your organisation would like to explore partnership with dialectics, do drop us a line and one of our team members will arrange for an online meeting at mutual convenience.
Organisation and project evaluations with a bottom up approach
Due diligence of not-for-profit and SMEs
Training on a variety of topics including participatory methods, research, etc.
Assistance with developing medium and long term strategies and business plans.
Web development, dashboard development, audio-visual products and office automation
Participatory Action Research, Dipstick studies, Baseline, midline and endline assessments
We have worked with a range of partners from diverse fields. A few of our partners are listed below:
Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre
Catholic Relief Services
Christian Aid Limited
Indian Institute for Human Settlements
Integrated Development Foundation
Save the Children India
SOS Children's Villages of India
Dialectics Services Pvt Ltd
5 D, Calve Chateau Building
808, Poonamallee High Road
Kilpauk, Chennai - 600 010
Dialectics has for long been providing a platform for dialoguing and investigating truth of multiple opinions since its inception. With the pandemic and incumbent restrictions on mobility, these dialogues have moved into the digital space. Both dialectics and its partners have been engaged in reaching out to the marginalised communities in these difficult times and amplifying their voices.