Nutrition gardens enable dietary diversity while conserving water
Two years back, Saraswati started growing vegetables in her kitchen garden. Now, the surplus produce sold in the local market helps her earn extra to support her family. KNOW MORE
Wastewater management helps families eat nutritious food and earn alongside
Water security delivers on mitigating twin challenges of food and nutritional insecurities, while expanding income sources for the poor in rural Odisha. 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
Cultivating change: using wastewater for enhancing dietary diversity
A collaborative research initiative to enhance dietary diversity through greywater innovation in Ganjam and Gajapati districts of Odisha. KNOW MORE
Gram Vikas collaborates with UNICEF initiative to catalyse youth action to fight climate change
The partnership aims to empower youth to become climate action change leaders within their communities.
Gram Vikas Residential High School achieves 100% pass result in Class 10, for the tenth consecutive year
61 students from class 10 passed the board exam.
Young Adivasi women become microentrepreneurs to secure land, water sources and their future
Mangel and Kalindri Majhi set up an agroforestry microenterprise to conserve land and water, while earning for a self-reliant future.
Adivasi youth engage their communities to adopt healthy WASH practices
Local knowledge sharing sessions influence positive WASH practices in Adivasi communities.
Animal Health Camps benefit livestock farmers with new knowledge on treatment and government support
Farmers gain from animal health camps to better care for their livestock.
Springs of hope flow in the farmlands of rural Odisha
A spring revitalises farm lands which remained unproductive during dry months.
Community leaders at Balangir Conclave commit to village development
Leaders from 20 villages in Balangir district discuss initiatives to develop their communities.
14-year-old Jyoshna Sabar makes India proud with IWF bronze medal
Jyoshna Sabar, a Gram Vikas High School alumna, wins bronze at the IWF World Youth Championships in Albania.
Women farmers adopt improved cultivation practices to increase yield and improve their incomes
Improved farming practices raise aspirations and improve resilience of Adivasi farmers.
Migrant workers build long-term resilience through social security schemes
Access to social security entitlements help migrant workers tide over crises.
Remote village communities of Lanjigarh reduce groundwater contamination
Regular monitoring of water, safe sanitation and hygiene improves water quality in Kalahandi’s Lanjigarh block.
An Adivasi village learns to monitor water quality
A village in Ganjam district implements a water surveillance and management system.
IndiGo leadership team visits Gram Vikas at the start of a new partnership
A delegation of IndiGo’s top leadership team visited Gram Vikas.
In Odisha, a micro hydro project has Adivasi communities hopeful
Revival of a micro hydro plant renews hope of seamless energy access for Adivasi communities in Odisha.
Alleviating Biridihi’s water and sanitation crisis via community participation
Residents participate in building an overhead water tank to solve Biridihi’s water crisis.
Bal sabha boost confidence in children and reinforce positive life-long behaviour
Children’s Clubs encourage children to learn new activities that enhance their value system and interpersonal skills.