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Passerelles Numériques

Passerelles Numériques (PN) is a French international NGO operating in Cambodia since 2006, the Philippines since 2009, and Vietnam since 2010. It aims at alleviating poverty through digital skills training. It thus provides free vocational training in IT to vulnerable youths, including over 50% of girls, covering accommodation, food, tuition and medical expenses of PN students throughout their training. The curriculum is adapted to each local context and industry needs. It encompasses both hard, technical skills in IT and English, and soft skills (communication, public speaking, time management, etc.) to best prepare students to integrate professional contexts. It is concluded by an end-of-studies internship. Students also benefit from extra-curricular activities such as sports and music. In Vietnam (PNV), the training lasts 3 years and focuses on computer science and web development. 95% of students found qualified employment within just 3 months of graduation.

Lotus Petal Charitable Foundation

Lotus Petal Foundation founded in 2011 works on Changing Lives. One Child at a time. Our work spans three thematic areas- education, nutrition, and livelihood for underprivileged students and takes place through our two school campuses primarily. Our 2 educational campuses are operational in Village Silokhera and the other at Village Dhunela in Gurugram, India and have approximately 1500+ total strength of students. Once fully built and operational, our Dhunela campus will cater to 10,000 students at one time, making it India’s biggest philanthropic school for underserved children. Skill Development Centre, Kitchen & Dining and Academic Block -1 with 40 classrooms have been completed, 130 more to be constructed. Our Digital Live Interactive Platform has imparted remote learning classes to 6500+ students in 125+ government schools/other non-profit schools in 8 states and 2 Union Territories of India. We plan to have 1,00,000 children by 2026 on our platform.

Gigatonne (10-in-10)

Gigatonne is a climate tech platform that sells a high-integrity supercredit. They use climate financing to create green jobs by training and financing teams in the Global South to do abatement activities and impact their local communities. They pay teams $200 per credit and sell for $250 – $500 (reduction – removals). One team can go from 10 tonnes/month to 1000 tonnes/month in 18 months.

Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind (Sightsavers India)

Sightsavers India, or Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind, is a development organisation working with partners to reduce avoidable blindness and promote equality of opportunity for people with disabilities.

Sightsavers India is collaborating with various departments of the respective state governments to scale up operations for Social Inclusion, Eye Health, and Inclusive Education — our three core areas of work.

We work in a sustainable way to promote lasting change by strengthening existing health systems, seeking to advocate with and influence governments, and by demonstrating best practices.

Sightsavers India believes in promoting technologies in eye healthcare, enabling a wider reach of health services. Using innovation in education, we try and make classrooms more inclusive for children with visual impairment.

Recity Network Private Limited

Recity is a Circular Plastic Asset Management Platform that aims to enhance waste recovery for circularity by bridging the demand-supply gap of recycled plastics. Delivering measurable impact, Recity is currently operational in 22+ cities, working with 3000+ waste value chain members and has brought 60,000 MTs of mismanaged waste into the circular economy.

Inphlox Water Systems Private Limited (Indra)

Indra is a deep tech water treatment company based out of Mumbai in India. We excel at decentralized treatment of wastewater with our patented electrical solution. We have treated over 900 million litres of water and potentially provided up to 75% net carbon savings with our water assets. Our modular plug and play systems treat a wide variety of pollutants, up to 90% space, generate 70% less sludge or solid waste and save 35% in life cycle costs. We were chosen as the winners of Global Freshwater Challenge by World Economic Forum and HCL at Davos 2023 and are part of the cohort of World Economic Forum. We were also invited to attend the United Nations Water Summit in New York during March 22 to 24, 2023 as part of the WEF delegation. I am happy to share that Indra was recently named to the prestigious 2023 APAC Cleantech 25 (https://i3connect.com/apac25/the-list) list.


JALODBUST is a Hardware led Social Enterprise, registered as a company in Nov 2019 at Bangalore under the name of CHERRIES ENGINEERING AND INNOVATION INDIA PVT. LTD.

Our motto is ‘Eradication of Manual Scavenging through Technology’ and our focus is on wet-sanitation. We believe that Manual Scavenging needs to end and the social disparity and poor incomes of the sanitation workers needs to be resolved and that can happen only when the ownership of the sanitation equipment goes into the hands of the worker.

So our focus is on developing techno-economically viable Systems, affordable and with high efficiency so that Livelihoods can be created and Safety and dignity can be given into the hands of the worker himself.

At present, it is a 100% family owned enterprise with funds raised from an Accredited Foreign Investor through Convertible Note, to be converted into equity at a triggering event or 5 years from date of investment, which ever happens earlier.


Technology spinoff from Indian Institute of Sciences, Bangalore. Team of dedicated scientists across domains – Applied Physics, Electrical, Microbial, Water.

We are a technology company whose mission is to enable global sustainable development by maximizing water re-use on site and minimizing carbon footprint. We offer simplified decentralized wastewater treatment and deploy technologies that increase water reuse and in turn reduce the burden on depleting freshwater resources.

CARPE | EcoSattva

Centre for Applied Research and People’s Engagement, established in 2015, is an Aurangabad based non-profit working towards inclusive and sustainable villages, towns & cities through evidence-driven & partnerships-enabled systemic solutions to pervasive civic challenges. CARPE | EcoSattva has developed a proprietary data-driven process called BOTRAM. The process is implemented by harnessing the established institutional machinery and enabling the delivery of exemplary municipal services. The overarching unique tool has been used to plan, execute, and monitor projects focused on solid waste management, rewilding and plantation, and restoring and rejuvenating neglected sources of water in 14 cities, towns and villages across 3 countries creating cleaner neighborhoods for 1.7 million residents.

PadCare Labs

PadCare is a leading clean-tech platform where we help organisations to achieve sustainable development, zero waste landfill and ESG goals while ensuring the health, hygiene and wellness of menstruators.

We have developed a chemo-mechanical process for sanitary pads recycling. Our patented 5D technology powers a machine that efficiently processes used pads, producing two valuable
outputs: wood pulp and plastic. The pulp is used in the paper and packaging industry and the plastic is made into granules and reintroduced to the ecosystem.

This process is entirely smoke and odor-free, making it a sustainable and hygienic solution for managing used sanitary pads.

GPS Renewables

Bioenergy is a significant part of GOI’s policy for achieving its NDCs.

Bioenergy addresses climate impact in 2 key ways : first by preventing of the decomposition of waste and other feedstock which can release potent GHGs like methane. Second, bioenergy can replace use of fossil fuels thus helping climate change mitigation. From a geopolitical standpoint, bioenergy offers significant potential for India to become energy independent.

Arc Robotics (Driblet Private Limited)

Arc Robotics is a forward-thinking startup focused on revolutionizing robotics. Our aim is to enhance urban life and foster a safer, more connected world through innovative robotics solutions.

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