Envisioning a world where women, adolescents and children realise their full potential.

Bridging the
Digital Divide

'Matrix of Change' Combatting Tribal Malnutrition

'Fighting COVID 19 Together'
Our efforts and interventions to manage and mitigate the impact of the crisis.

'Call for Proposals'
Do you have a market-ready solution that can help meet the emergency needs of the pandemic?


Centre for Knowledge and Development (CKD), is a not-for-profit, knowledge driven, community focused, partnership-building, forward-thinking organisation. 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.


Creating a world imbued with values of diversity, equity and inclusivity where women, adolescents and children realise their full potential.


Empower women, adolescents, and children to get equitable access to health and nutrition, 21st century skills and education, equal employment opportunities.


Create an alliance of engendered and mission-aligned partners to support 20 million women and girls to realise their full potential by 2040.



Nutritional and Health Assessments

Pregnant mothers, adolescents and children periodically assessed by ‘Mor Baat’ our rural nutrition monitoring App.


People sensitised to COVID-19

Through interactive Covid-19 Game in 7 National and 5 International languages.


Students empowered through Digitalization

Students in 2250+ schools across 5 states provided science and heritage education through Digital Design Pedagogy.

Our Focus areas

We focus on transforming the lives of women, adolescents and children by providing equitable access to health, nutrition, education, 21st century skills, livelihood and employability.

Key Highlights

COVID-19 Game
Demystifying Facts & Myths

In collaboration with UNDP, CKD created a behaviour change game informing people across all age groups about COVID-19 facts. The game has been adopted by UNDP's International Office in Cape Verde, Timor, Morocco, and Lebanon. It is available in 7 Indian languages and 5 International languages.

'Matrix of Change'
Improving Nutritional Outcomes

Supported by the Children's Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), CKD will strengthen nutrition governance using a top down and bottom-up social accountability mechanism. We will benefit 0.5 million of the most marginalized tribal women and children in 5 districts of the state of Jharkhand.


Voices from the Field

The team of Jigyasa has rekindled curiosity and a newfound interest towards education in our children and has helped us tremendously to achieve learning outcomes in the pandemic.

Raj Kumar Agnihotri, Teacher
Upper Primary School Ahirwan Sadar Bazar,
Kanpur Nagar, Uttar Pradesh


JUNE 1, 2021

Covid-19 third wave to impact children? Plan, Priorities & Protect

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MAY 5, 2021

Your Covid-19 Questions Answered!

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