Centre for Knowledge and Development (CKD), is a                  not-for-profit, knowledge driven, community focused, partnership-building, forward-thinking organization. We relentlessly pursue building the agency of women, adolescents and children by providing equitable access to health, nutrition, education and 21st century skills, livelihood and employability. With a commitment to leave no one behind, our key principles of diversity, equity and inclusion drive all our goals.


Key Highlights

Doctors and Nurses trained on COVID-19 care and management in J&K

CKD in collaboration with Wipro GE Healthcare organized training of doctors and nurses in SKIMS Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir. Under the Morpho, Foundation-supported program 'Training of Health Professionals on Covid-19 Care and Management' 1000+ health professionals have been trained Pan-India.

CKD launches Project DIGITS in partnership with GAIL(India) Limited

CKD launched Project “DIGITS- Digitech for Teachers in Schools’ with support from GAIL (India) Limited in collaboration with Jharkhand Education Project Council on January 30th 2023, in Bokaro, Jharkhand. During the event, the teachers, who are master trainers, were given refresher training on digital skills and teaching aids.



Teachers Digital Competency Enhanced


Nutritional and Health Assessments Conducted


People Sensitized on COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy


People Sensitised to COVID-19


Scholarships Given to COVID Deceased Dependents


Health Professionals trained on COVID-19 Care and Management


Voices from the “Win with Vaccines” Project

“Win with Vaccines” program, with support from NATHEALTH- Healthcare Federation of India was implemented by Centre for Knowledge and Development to dispel myths and misconceptions around COVID-19 vaccination. The resistant populations in the districts of South Salmara, Baksa, Chirang, and Udalguri in Assam, and Nuh in Haryana, were mobilised through an intensive Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) campaign to complete their vaccinations.
Listen to the voices of individuals who benefitted from the initiative.

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