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CULP - Centre for Unfolding Learning Potentials


Both at the organisation and individual level research work and studies are encouraged to make the learning continuous at the two levels. Research is seen both as action research and responsive research to keep on improving various activities of the organisation as well as an addition to conventional body of knowledge. CULP views research as a tool to improve the on-going activities and build quality in various projects, therefore, it subscribes for responsive research, action research and formative evaluation research. 

CULP and its members have conducted several research studies for NCERT, UNICEF, UNESCO, UNDP, Plan International, Care India, DPEP/SSA, ICHAP, Save the Children (Finland), AeA, Novib, SRTT, Aravali and ISLP-BASIX in the eld of education, health, micro-nance and livelihood for women empowerment.