is an interactive, visual, and dynamic learning tool
that gives a holistic view of how social sector programmes
in India are governed from the Union government down to the last mile
We like to call these tools ‘Maps’.
Governance in India is complicated!
Why do we need Maps?
A federal structure, decentralised functioning, elected representatives and bureaucrats, and quasi-government bodies all working together often means that making sense of how services are delivered to citizens can be a challenge in itself.
In an attempt to understand this extensive, complex system better, we have tried to ‘Map’ governance.
Who is Mapping Governance useful for?
Mapping Governance is useful for the public at large, and especially useful if you work in any of the following areas across the social sector.
MAPS ARE DYNAMIC
If you have insights that we can add to the platform and any of the Maps, write to us!
As a dynamic platform, Mapping Governance will evolve as governance structures and social sector programmes undergo small and big transformations.
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