We, at Monk┬« Prayogshala┬«, abide by John Donne's statement: "No man is an island, entire of itself."

We have varied academic and practical capabilities that enable us to carry out cutting edge research. Due to the multifaceted aspect of various research topics, our work often intersects with that of Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) and other charitable trusts and foundations. Below is a network map of various non-academic entities that we have engaged with in the past for research projects. This is how we engage with our broader ecosystem beyond academia.

The non-profit ecosystem in India, and globally, is filling a critical gap in service delivery in health, education, and several other sectors. However, without a rigorous evidence base and proof-of-concept, such interventions often go unnoticed or are unable to attract further support to remain sustainable. Monk Prayogshala firmly believes in supporting evidence-based research in the non-profit sector, and will work with NGOs to further their work and inform their donors. As a team of evidence-based social scientists well-versed in mixed-methods research, we are keen to collaborate with NGOs to expand our knowledge of what works, why and how it does.

We can provide technical expertise, access to a diverse participant pool, and expert research personnel to NGOs working across sectors. For a list of our resources, click here. For a list of research personnel and their expertise, click here.

If you are interested in collaborating with us, please fill in the form here.