Centre For Public Initiative is a non-profit organisation based in the national capital region of Delhi. It aims at understanding the changing trends and emerging patterns in various discourses of public life. CFPI works on the basic principle of working for the society at the ground level on issues that directly affect the society and are a challenge to the largest democratic setup of the world.

This organisation is actively working since 2013 in different parts of the country for numerous social issues on health care, environmental conservation, prevention of child labour and abuse, imparting quality education to children, women empowerment, skill development, rehabilitation, and others. 

In addition to these, with the help of its experienced team of researchers, CFPI has also undertaken social research projects and surveys in the past. These have been made possible only by the benevolent individual and organisations who have sustained us financially to bring about the necessary changes in the regions we have worked upon.

As you might be aware of one of the most backward regions of the state of Bihar, Mithilanchal, where floods remain a recurring problem in each monsoon. And, every since the COVID pandemic has outbroken, the region is batting the double whammy of COVID infections and deluge; throwing the lives and livelihood of the millions inhabiting the region out of gear. Considering the abject social and economic situation of the people residing in the region, it has become imperative to fix the impending catastrophe from turning into a humanitarian crisis. 

Given this, CFPI is working in the said region; engaging directly with the people on the ground and helping them tackle the ravaging COVID and impending natures fury, the flood with the little resources available. We are constantly extending our reach to the maximum number of villages in the region and providing a helping hand to the possible number of people. With the lockdown in place in the majority of the cities in India and no economic activities; the people are turning to their villages thus causing strain on us in serving the assessed number of the people.