We Won the सबेरा Trophy under the SHIKSHA (Education) category. सबेरा SABERA (Social And Business Enterprise Responsible Awards) & Summit recognized the exceptional work done by IIMPACT in the Indian development sector.



An initiative where IIMPACT has collaborated with renowned artist Ravi Trivedy to raise funds in order to provide educational opportunities to girls, whose lives have been affected by the pandemic.

Select any art piece from the Art for IIMPACT catalogue and educate a girl child.

Transforming Communities By Educating the Girl Child

What we do

IIMPACT provides educational opportunity to girls, from socially and economically disadvantaged communities of India, who traditionally have no access to schooling. Our aim is to break the cycle of illiteracy that girls from such communities are mired in. This is done through local community-based Learning Centers, where they get meaningful and stimulating education up to Class 5 and are guided to their entry in to mainstream education. We are supported by corporations, trusts and individuals who want to make a difference.


Why we are different

Established in 2003, IIMPACT has identified a specific focus, developed a clear strategy and proved the delivery model in terms of social outcomes as well as scalability. Educating the Girl Child has been shown to transform the community.

  • Today IIMPACT educates close to 60,000 girls in  more than 1500 villages across 11 States of India.
  • Almost all girls who complete the Class V program go on to middle and high school
  • 100% of donor funds go towards educating girls.


Why we need your support

The vision of IIMPACT is to transform the lives of women, families and entire communities in India through education and empowerment of the girl child.


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Nirmala Tandon Interview

Sakshi Kapoor interviews Nirmala Tandon for IIMPACT Australia in this thrilling discussion to explore Nirmala's journey, embracing equity, and setting up multi-age curriculums in rural villages in India.



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    Our Akarbad Learnning Centre

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