Toilets are now an essential and affordable need in Gram Vikas partner villages
Residents of Silam Bartoli village in Jharkhand construct toilets to realise their right and dignity to clean sanitation facilities. KNOW MORE
Nutrition gardens strengthen resilience during the pandemic and help families eat healthy round the year
Backyard kitchen gardens sustain food security of Adivasi families in remote Odisha. KNOW MORE
User-centred design accelerates adoption of behaviour change in child faeces management
The age long belief of child faeces being harmless could change with introduction of an user-designed and locally made model of child toilet. KNOW MORE
Communities make effort to set-up a sustainable waste management system in villages
Rural communities manage waste to keep their surroundings clean and hygienic.
Mushroom farming drives hopes for women to earn better and improve quality of life
Women earn additional income through mushroom farming.
Community-managed water resource mapping to benefit 25k families
Water resource surveys in 29 Gram Panchayats determine intervention for 25,760 families.
To save their only spring, an Adivasi community unites to plant trees
A community unites to plant trees to increase forest cover and recharge their only spring.
Gram Vikas presents on community-led water quality management at the Jal Jeevan Mission workshop
Participants learn about building community capabilities for water quality surveillance and management.
New school infrastructure to provide a better learning experience for Adivasi children
Bigger and better infrastructure expands learning possibilities in Gram Vikas residential school for Adivasi children.
Adolescent girls lead health conversations and actions in villages
Nutrition and improved WASH behaviour positively impact adolescent health.
Child Faeces Management initiative leads to a 21% increase in latrine use amongst two to three-year-olds
A child faeces management initiative increases latrine use and safe disposal of faeces by caregivers in rural Odisha.
Fostering community development through information technology
The Tuburuda Smart Task Force uses IT to foster development and a better life for its residents.
Gram Vikas nominated for the Local Adaptation Champions Awards at United Nations COP27
Gram Vikas is one among the 20 nominees selected from across the world for pioneering locally-led climate resilience.
Community Champions help establish bank linkages for migrant workers
Migrant workers and their families learn about benefits of opening a bank account.
Skill development training helps youth double their incomes
Mason training helps unemployed youth earn better.
Farmer Producer Groups fulfil hopes and aspirations of small and marginal farmers
Farmer Producer Groups enable entrepreneurship and agricultural cooperation among small and marginal farmers.
Migrant support centres help workers recover their dues from employers
Coordinated efforts of migrant support centres at the source and destination sites help workers to recover more than ₹80,000.