We combine the best of management and leadership skills of talented professionals with in-depth on ground experiences and network across nations. We work with the public and private sector to build capacity, improve governance systems and increase civic engagements that fuels an inclusive and sustainable growth. 

To advice and implement projects for our clients, we collaborate with local partners across the world.


Technical Support Units to enable Direct Benefit Transfer programs

Swaniti supports governments and other nodal agencies on projects across sectors, with the aim of delivering  development services to help in mobilising government programmes

SPARC Program: Constituency Development

Swaniti’s Flagship program places young professionals with Members of Parliament to work on constituency development for a period of 1 year with an aim to streamline systems and to bring innovatice solutions to the constituency.

Capacity Building of Parliamentarians

We partner with experts from different sectors and organize closed door roundtables with parliamentarians to understand the challenges they face when monitoring the implementation and to educate them for better policy making

Improving Maternal Health

We organized a roundtable for the Bangladesh parliamentarians particularly who had keen interest in understanding the best practices for improving Maternal Health.

Project Management Units

We collaborate with the Government of India to provide project Management expertise for the implementation of the District Mineral Funds Trust. The Project Management Unit conducts field research on potential projects and advices the government for effecient and effective utilization of funds. 

Sharing best practices for Public Financial Management System

We were invited by the World Bank to create a model for sharing the best practices of the PFMS system by Slovakian Government. The e-learning model was shared with experts across the globe to incorporate the learnings in their future projects


Crimes Against Bihar’s Vulnerable Communities Soar

Crimes Against Bihar’s Vulnerable Communities Soar

Date of Release: October 22nd, 2015 Published in: India Spend An inadequate police force is struggling to cope with a rising crime graph against Bihar’s vulnerable communities. Bihar has seen a 20-fold increase in crime against children–from 115 in 2005 to 2255 in...

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