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Confederation of NGOs of Rural India or CNRI, as it is called, is the largest platform of NGOs in the country to enable them to articulate their aspirations or voice their views and suggestions for the progress and welfare of rural India. Over these years CNRI through its mouth piece, Voice of Rural India, has taken up many issues with the Government, the most important once being agriculture loan burden of the farmers, FDI in retail, non-dilution of Agriculture and Rural Livelihood in the WTO negotiations, opposition to the parochial tendencies of one of the leading political parties of Maharashtra, immediate visit to Nandigram (West Bengal) where atrocities had taken place including death of people on the issue pertaining to forcible land acquisition farmers to promote foreign investment zones and revamping of NREGS to provide for employment as well as long-lasting productive assets and so many more other issues.

As a body established to provide for socio economic transformation of Rural India, CNRI has facilitated in the implementation of a number of All India Schemes like Jeevan Madhur - Micro Insurance Scheme in association with LIC of India, General Insurance Corporations, National legal literacy mission, IGNOU study centers, Bharat Vikas Yatra through Department of Science and Technology, HCL linked computer development centers for jobs, CNRI-HUL Mobius scheme and a host of other schemes through NABARD, EXIM Bank, SIDBI and other commercial public sector Banks.Through a series of National and Regional level seminars, workshops and other campaigns CNRI has been in the forefront creating awareness of the multifarious developmental schemes of the Government relating to Bharat Nirman, NACO, National Rural Health Mission, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, right to education, right to information, climate change and environment protection and various other developmental programmes of the Government.