Springs flow, birds sing, forests breathe in hundreds of acres of parched land
Women’s perseverance and resolve brings a village together and revives a spring. KNOW MORE
The unrelenting efforts of a young woman is making her community water secure
Shantilata is recognized as a woman water champion for her exemplary work on sustainability of water sources. KNOW MORE
Community action for strengthening springs
A village community is on a path to reverse water scarcity by planting trees and protecting water sources. KNOW MORE
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. KNOW MORE
Counting every single drop of the unseen water
Adivasi youth across 700+ villages in Odisha are on a mission to map ground-water sources. KNOW MORE
Integrating and Deepening Rural Water, Sanitation and Health Outcomes
Gram Vikas has enabled and supported more than 1300 village communities in Odisha and Jharkhand to establish household sanitation facilities and community-owned and managed piped water supply systems.
Water Source Sustainability
The water source sustainability programme is being taken up by Gram Vikas to ensure the long-term water security of the rural communities.
Health, dignity and better future for families
This video shows how Gram Vikas’ approach overcomes caste inequalities in Odisha villages to ensure access to water for all.
Water Quality Management
Gram Vikas builds village level capabilities for quality testing and preliminary diagnosis, as well as taking up necessary repairs/ redressal measures.
Sudhir Sahni, Director (Partnerships) of PRADAN interviews Joe Madiath, Chairman of Gram Vikas as part of a series, The Transformers, on the triumphs and challenges faced by development sector leaders.
Voices that matter
“…You have come to my place on my soil…When I come to your place, will you accept me? Will we come together?…”
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