LIVELIHOODS

We ensure sustainability of land and forest resources, skill people and create diversified and secure income sources. Tribal communities access their rights over forests. They gain new knowledge in using natural resources thereby improving the land quality and making it more productive. New skills and diversified livelihoods better their incomes.

LIVELIHOODS

We ensure sustainability of land and forest resources, skill people and create diversified and secure income sources. Tribal communities access their rights over forests. They gain new knowledge in using natural resources thereby improving the land quality and making it more productive. New skills and diversified livelihoods better their incomes.

PROJECTS

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Completed
ODAF Initiative towards Sustainable Development
  • REACH
    33347 households, 230 villages
  • PARTNERS
    Odisha Development Action Forum (ODAF)
Completed
Integrated Livelihood Development through WADI Approach
  • REACH
    561 households, 24 villages
  • PARTNERS
    National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD)
Completed
Holistic Water and Food Security in Remote Rural and Tribal Odisha
  • REACH
    1303 households, 27 villages
  • PARTNERS
    Karl Kübel Stiftung
Ongoing
Odisha Tribal Empowerment & Livelihoods Programme
  • REACH
    6567 households, 128 villages
  • PARTNERS
    ST & SC Development, Minorities & Backward Classes Welfare Department, Government of Odisha

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Ongoing
Holistic Rural Development Programme
  • REACH
    3432 households, 17 villages
  • PARTNERS
    HDFC Parivartan
Ongoing
Community-owned Social and Agroforestry
  • REACH
    19,200 trees in 60 acres
  • PARTNERS
    Interglobe Foundation

FIELD NOTES

PHOTO ESSAY
Vegetable cluster development increases farmer competitiveness

Vegetable Cluster Development harnesses holistic agronomic practices for sustainable higher agricultural production.

The partnership will enable erstwhile forest-dependent communities to create, own and manage their own productive forests.

Gram Vikas works with tribal communities in 100 villages in Odisha to ensure their right, access and control over forest land and resources.