ISAP works through a network of over 600 staff and experts across 11 states including our headquarters in New Delhi. From field coordinators to marketing, from HR to IT support, we are always happy to hear from dedicated, passionate people who, like us want to change the lives of agricultural communities. Working in rural development is challenging – you’ll need flexibility, courage and dedication. If you believe you can contribute in bringing tangible change in farmer’s lives then we look forward to receiving your application.
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Do you have a passion to make a difference? Have you completed your studies in the Development Sector, Management, Agriculture or Marketing? Can you research, write, design and implement? We have regular openings for both field and office based positions. Send your relevant resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and attach a cover letter telling us why you would like to join ISAP, what area of work you are interested in and how long you are available for
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Our partners and supporters are the key to our success. At ISAP we believe, that partnering is core to creating impactful and scalable progress. ISAP partners with multiple stakeholders representing the rural livelihood development ecosystem in India. After two decades of development work, ISAP has had a broad experience of collaborating with cross-sectional development partners – government departments, academic institutions, industry bodies, corporations, foundations, civil society and philanthropists who have accompanied and enabled us in our work. We have established strong reporting and governance structures in partnership whether as funding partner, implementation partner or other invested partner.
We endeavour is to build partnerships that advance inclusive and cross sectional development while simultaneously driving business value for an organization. marginalized people.
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We work with corporates in India and internationally to execute their CSR agenda for technical interventions in agriculture, rural community development, skilling, livelihood development, market access for farmers with maximum impact and outreach. ISAP has with pan-India presence and widespread rural outreach, directly impacting the lives of more than 1,000,000 underserved rural communities spread across 11 states of India.
Our partners and supporters are the key to our success. At ISAP, we believe, that partnering is core to creating impactful and scalable progress. ISAP partners with multiple stakeholders representing the rural livelihood development ecosystem in India.
While agricultural and rural development remains at the core of ISAP’s programs, it has, over time, adapted to complementary needs in the sector and established new organisations to fuse partnerships for a more holistic and multi-disciplinary approach.
Sister organisations – Founded by the Indigram Group and working in close collaboration with ISAP
Agri watch is the leader of agri-commodities insights and consulting services in India. It seeks to provide commodity information around supply, prices and market trends against a backdrop of multi layered channels in the agricultural input and output markets.www.agriwatch.com
The Indian Society of Health Professionals (ISHP) has the vision to build, promote, develop and manage health care facilities and resources to achieve equitable and quality healthcare. Priority areas include elderly care support services, skill development, consultancy and preventative public health.www.ishpindia.org
The Indian Agriculture Professionals Social Network group is among the largest group of professionals connected with agriculture anywhere in the world. This and other information sharing groups set up and managed by ISAP teams demonstrate working models of crowd sourced digital extension platforms based on the principles of the wisdom of connected communities. Currently the social media reach is almost 600k people and is a rich resource to receive expert and peer-to-peer knowledge around a vast array of agricultural topic.www.facebook.com/ISAP