Community Action Collab (CAC) is a dynamic humanitarian emergency platform that builds the resilience of Vulnerable People and their institutions, in their everyday emergencies, and is ready for future humanitarian crises (climate & health). The platform orchestrates and influences actions and decisions of 360 partners, government and other alliances, enabling them to solve issues affecting 10 million vulnerable people and ensuring they access critical livelihood, health, social protection and climate impact solutions.
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We believe that resilient communities are better able to prepare, adapt and get stronger in response to internal and external pressures and stresses in a way that not only allows them to maintain essential functions and bounce back quickly but also goes further toward an improved environment, social and economic health and wellbeing.
This kind of resilience can only be built through constant human collaboration, where looking out for and after each other becomes a way of life.
Our network of partners ranges from Implementers (NGOs, CBOs, Government bodies and Private Sector Organisations); Providers (Human Resources, Finance and Technology) & Enablers (Policy, Academia and Industry Associations).
A Governing Council of eminent individuals with rich experience from diverse backgrounds and expertise guides and steers the efforts of the collaborative.
It meets quarterly to help in defining and evolving principles, policies, partnerships, programmes/actions, resourcing and reviewing for the Collaborative; and ensuring that key decision-makers in the government, private, civil society and communities are closely engaged with and their perspective is included for collective action.
Our Governing Council brings in a wealth of learning from the areas of health, livelihoods, disaster management, food supplies, bureaucracy, academia, technology and donors.
Arvind Kumar Pandian
Project Manager, Strategic Partnerships, USAID
Managing Director, Asia Regional Office, The Rockefeller Foundation
Entrepreneur, Co-Founder; 1Bridge, Global Alliance for Mass Entrepreneurship (GAME).
Founder, Catalyst Group
Naina Subberwal Batra
Chairperson & CEO at AVPN (Asian Venture Philanthropy Network)
Former UN SG Special Envoy on AIDS in Asia Pacific and former Health Secretary, Govt. of India
Chief Executive Officer of Health Systems Transformation Platform (HSTP); Former Additional Chief Secretary, Dept. of Health, Govt. of Kerala
Founder, Catalyst Group
Leadership Coach, Author, Speaker, Mentor & Advisor to several CEOs and CXOs, Business and Functional Heads, across IT, Business Consulting, Global Shared Service Centres, Banks, Investment Banking businesses
CEO, Friends of Women’s World Banking (FWWB), India. Board of MYRADA and Sanghamithra Rural Financial Services and on Management Committee of Guarantee Scheme of Educational Loans of Govt of India.
Director, India at MacArthur Foundation
Hari Krishna N
Senior Disaster Risk Management Advisor, UNDP