MAAS recognized as Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIROs) by Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR) under Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India       • MAAS recognized as Research Centre of Savitribai Phule Pune University for the disciplines of Anthropology and Health Sciences.
  • Maharashtra Human Development Action Research Study: 'Health and education in Nandurbar district', for IGIDR, Mumbai supported by Planning Commission and UNDP, 2004.
  • Survey on basic rural Infrastructure facilities in the States of Maharashtra (96 villages in Kolhapur and Gadchiroli districts) and Madhya Pradesh (181 villages in Dhar, Indore, Chhatarpur and Panna districts).  Supported by the National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) New Delhi, 2001.
  • Training of over 300 tribal women grampanchayat members on ‘Panchayat Raj’ in 5 tribal taluks of Maharashtra, 1997-98.
  • Concept paper on ‘Training of women grampanchayat members on Panchayati Raj’ for Community Aid Abroad (Australia) 1998.
  • Evaluation research on winter cropping in Jawhar taluk, (District Thane, Maharashtra) for BAIF, 1996.
  • Feasibility study for German bank Kfw and NABARD in tribal taluks, Mokhada, Peth, Surgana, Maharashtra State, 1996.
  • Training of project staff of Bharatiya Agro Industries Foundation (BAIF) on research methods to be used in tribal areas, Vansda (Gujarat) 1994-1995.
  • Baseline research on health and development in Jawhar taluk (District Thane, Maharashtra) for BAIF, 1994.
  • MCH practices of the Mavchi, Nawapur, (District Dhule, Maharashtra) for World Vision, 1991.
  • Madhya Pradesh Government project on problems of dam displaced tribals in Bastar district, 1991
  • Ford Foundation project on Common Property Issues in tribal areas, 1990.
  • National Environment Awareness Campaign (NEAC) sponsored by Ministry of Environment and Forest, Government of India. Drawing, essay, elocution competitions organised for school children.  Padyatra, public meetings, exhibitions organized on different themes. More than 3000 students and 4000 people in tribal areas in Thane, Nashik and Nandurbar districts covered under this campaign over the period of five years.  
  • Awareness project for Below Poverty Line tribal people in 10 villages, Dhadgaon, District Dhule, sponsored by CAPART, 1990.
  • Counselling of parents of tribal children, Raisingpur, Dhule, 1985.
  • Reaching employment information to 2000 prospective tribal candidates, 1980-81

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