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Harnessing technologies

for social impact

Vision and Mission

Crosslinks' vision is of a world where technology is deeply integrated into every aspect of our life to generate substantial socio-economic benefits. CrossLinks mission is to focus on inter-disciplinary social sector challenges and help communities evolve sustainable, inclusive and scalable solutions in critical developmental areas related to environment, social protection and poverty alleviation. 

Crosslinks Foundation is registered under Section 12AA of the Income-tax act, 1961 and is also certified for exemption under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act.

Environment
Protection
Livelihoods & 
Social Security
Digital Development
Crosslinks successfully completes large social security experiment in rural India
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Crosslinks teamed with ISEC, Bangalore to successfully pilot a large social security experiment in 400 villages of Odisha and Karnataka. The technology-enabled program, conducted over a period of three years, designed, implemented and evaluated innovative solutions based on insights from cutting-edge behavioral research to boost  enrollment and savings in Government of India’s old-age pension product (APY). Following the success of the pilot, the project is being scaled up to all districts in Odisha.

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Crosslinks wins research gift from Facebook

December 1, 2019

 

Crosslinks is happy to announce that it has won an institutional gift from Facebook Research under its Computer Vision for Global Challenges initiative. Crosslinks was selected for its ongoing work in digital agriculture after a rigorous review of more than 300 applications received from around the world. 

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Crosslinks signs MOU with NRRI, Odisha

September 6, 2019

 

Crosslinks is excited to announce that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with NRRI, Odisha for a collaborative research project to design, implement and evaluate an early warning system for crop diseases.