Institutional Development support


Institutional Development Services (IDS) offered by BASIX is a set of services which includes policy formulation, training on change management, exposure and long term handholding support services that consciously attempt to evolve certain processes and reinforce a set of procedures for an organization, group of people or society, public and private institutions to interact and transact in a sustainable manner. The service leads to enhance leadership and high level of performance to achieve the purpose for which the institutions are established.


Range of Services under IDS

The change in norm or systems of the institution and impact on livelihood can be brought about by working at grassroots, organizational or sector/policy level.


IDS Products

  1. Creation of Community based Organizations (CBOs), Producer Groups (PGs) Common Resource Management Groups/Common Interest Groups 
  2. Strengthening of the above, with particular focus on systems for operation and human resources
  3. Transformation, mostly legal, of the like – NGOs to MFIs, nonprofit to for-profit
  4. Influence, particularly in the realm of policy and advocacy through consultation, workshops, studies, research and assessments


IDS Framework

BASIX framework to extend IDS services to its clients is well tested and undergoes strategic evolution based on lessons of various BASIX Group companies and affiliates imbibed through their operations, in India and other countries. Through this framework, BASIX consciously promotes clients’ capabilities in related domains of institutional mission, structure, management style, human resource management, etc., so as to improve the performance of the client operationally, financially and geographically.

6 pillars of IDS in BASIX

  1. Vision, Mission and Strategy: This pillar consists of the strategic choices that an organization makes such as its mission, its objectives, its legal status, its geographical location, its outreach etc.
  2. Governance and ownership: This pillar encompasses the systems that are in place to ensure compliance to Mission/ Vision and Goals. 
  3. Management Structure: This pillar pertains to the structure of the organization, its span of control, style of management etc.
  4. Operating, MIS and M&E Systems: This pillar deals with systems for effective operations, information flow and monitoring results/outputs for understanding of impact of operations.
  5. HR Systems: These refer to effective practices within an organization required to ensure that human resources can facilitate the achievement of organizational goals. It also includes in its ambit establishing systems and processes for effective intersection of human resource management (HRM) and information technology (IT).
  6. Interface with environment: This pillar symbolizes the systems that establish the balance between ‘the way an organization sees itself’ and ‘outsiders expectations from it’ through a certain level of transparency in its operations.

The more deeply and well imbibed these principles are by each and every member of the institution (organization), the harder they strive to resolve inherent conflicts, particularly in people-owned-organizations, by bringing about equanimity with the local environment, balance of interests of the user-owners, trusteeship and autonomy.

Our Clients

Our Clients

BASIX provides services to our customers, which include

    1. Rural and Urban Community
    2. MFIs
    3. NGOs
    4. Government
    5. Apex Institutions
    6. Regulatory Institutions


Key achievements

  • Designed, piloted and standardized the appropriate IDS modules, systems for services delivery in partnership approach with NGO/ CBOs.
  • The ultimate client reach, satisfaction level and financial performance of the ID supported organizations (NGO/CBOs) are enhanced. 
  • Through the BASIX ID services we are able to stimulate 20 new CBOs for livelihoods and financial services.
  • Modular ID support programme of BASIX has now been accepted by most of the clients and the services fees are paid directly by NGO/CBO without grant fund support.
  • BASIX extending ID support services to most prominent democratic institutions such as Gramsabha/ Panchayat (36 PRIs in Maddla, MP)/ primary agriculture cooperatives with the partnership of state governments.



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