As a citizen's initiative, no government funds are used to support the annual ASER survey. Each year's survey is made possible thanks to the generosity of large numbers of individuals and institutions, both in India and abroad. Their names are listed in each year's ASER report.
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Since its establishment in 2008, ASER Centre has received institutional support from the following organizations:
ASER Centre conducts a range of research, assessment and capacity building projects that are funded by Indian and international institutions. In India, these include collaborations with state governments. International collaborators and funders include UNICEF, UNESCO, the World Bank, and the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (JPAL) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, among others.