Gram Vikas

Priya Desai
Monday, January 12, 2015 - 10:51
'Gram Vikas' which literally means 'village development' is a non-governmental organization that works with rural and tribal communities in India & Africa. Gram Vikas partners with rural-communities to address their critical needs of education, health, safe drinking water, sanitation, livelihoods and alternate energy in a manner that is sustainable, socially inclusive, gender equitable and empowering. Gram Vikas’ water and sanitation programme addresses the root of why rural populations in India remain impoverished. Most rural communities lack access to clean water and sanitation facilities and are therefore more prone to disease and thus demoralized and unable to defeat the cycle of poverty. The water and sanitation programme at Gram Vikas links common health concerns to poor sanitation and empowers communities to construct, manage and maintain their own sanitation facilities and launch development initiatives that improve community health and quality of life.
Address: 
Plot No. 72/B, Forest Park Bhubaneswar - 751009, Odisha, India
Contact no: 
+91-674-2596366
Source: 
Arghyam
BMGF
MDWS