India’s development is at the core of Primus Partners. With the Sustainable Development Goal targets for 2030 less than a decade away, it is imperative that we accelerate change today. Given this need for rapid transformation, we enable policy makers, investors, corporates, non-profits and foundations to create and maximise their impacts on social, economic and environmental development. Through our offerings and solutions, our clients simultaneously achieve their own goals while driving the development goals of India, a country that is complex, diverse, and characterised by immense opportunity and growth potential.
We walk the entire journey of the policy and project lifecycle with our clients:
Charu is a leading educationist and well-respected learning & development professional, with more than 20 years of professional experience in Public Education and Learning. Passionate about education, she has worked with more than fifteen State Governments on projects in Education, Technology and in CSR programs, and has served on important panels and committees of the Government in India. She has also developed competency-based curriculum and assessments based on PISA framework, technology assisted tools and personalized assessments for data-based remediation, tracking and evaluating learning outcomes. Charu has engaged extensively with stakeholders including governments, private sector, industry chambers and education communities on matters related to policy in particular Public Private Partnerships in Education. More recently, she has worked with Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan in developing their roadmap for PISA inspired strategies for transformation of the educational organization across the country, and has worked with the SCERT Chhattisgarh in setting up their assessment center and training teachers in the State. She specializes in early childhood education and gender-based development programmes, working closely with the Ministry of Women and Child Development on policy reforms.
Renu is a passionate educationist with over two decades of experience in the field of education and development sector. She has worked extensively in projects with stakeholders including State Education departments, private sector and education communities. Major projects include competency-based curriculum and assessments, innovative Math lab, capacity building / professional development programs, ICT, content development in pedagogy & life skills, and CSR projects. She has worked with reputed organizations like KPMG K - 12 Public Education, Khan Academy, Schoolnet India (formerly IL&FS Education and Technology Services), Cordova Publications, Lead Innovation (P)Ltd, and Bluebells School International among many others.
Amitoj has 14 years of experience in the development sector and consultancy. Her development sector experience covers a broad spectrum of thematic areas across the entire project life cycle ranging from programme design to product development to monitoring and evaluation. She has managed CSR and other grants to over 150 NGOs across India to create impact in a wide range of thematic areas including education, livelihoods, health, nutrition, sanitation, agriculture, environment and humanitarian disasters. She led the monitoring and evaluation initiatives of a private sector company working on improving education quality in over 25,000 schools across India, ranging from early childhood care and education centres (Anganwadis) to senior secondary schools. She is currently working closely with the Ministry of Women and Child Development on policy reforms, and has applied her extensive social sector experience to develop the SDG Marketplace, our technology platform for enabling SDG achievement in India.
Reckitt has developed ‘The Birds and Bees Talk’, its flagship life skills programme for school children aged 10 to 19 years. Primus Partners has supported Reckitt in launching the programme and entering into a partnership with the Arunachal Pradesh Government for implementing this programme in all government schools in the state. We have designed the programme implementation strategy including school and community-based activities, as well as interactive training modules for teachers to implement this programme in their schools. We are supporting Reckitt in achieving its objective of maximising the number of children and parents impacted through this unique programme by developing a child-friendly website with attractive and engaging design, content and activities.
The Telecom Sector Skill Council supports skill training institutes around India in training youth for jobs through leading government schemes such as the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) and the scheme for Electronics System Design & Manufacturing (ESDM). Primus Partners evaluated the success of these schemes in enabling long-term job placements for youth, identifying challenges in the placement process and made recommendations for improvements. The study was based on primary research and a survey of a geographically representative sample of youth across India, skill training institutes, employers and government agencies.
Jal Jeevan Mission is a flagship initiative launched by the Government of India to provide access to sustainable drinking water through piped water connections to every rural household by 2024. Primus Partners is supporting the Government of Haryana in meeting its goal of providing Functional Household Tap Connections to every rural household in the state by November 2022, well ahead of the national deadline. We are assisting with assessing the progress and quality of implementation of the scheme, focusing on the mission’s quality parameters such as conversion to regularized water connection, Information Education Communication (IEC) activities, and availability of water for sustainability. Based on this assessment, we develop strategies to enhance scheme implementation.
Safe Water Network provides solutions to improve access to safe drinking water. Primus Partners is helping it expand its activities from rural to urban areas. We are working with state and municipal governments to align Safe Water Network’s efforts with broader national level policies. We are building national and city wide water alliances to ensure cohesive and efficient action in providing safe drinking water access to all.