We help people in need
all over India
Gandgi Gramoday is an NGO in India directly benefitting over 750,000 children and their families every year, through more than 350 live welfare projects on Rural development, education, healthcare, livelihood and women empowerment, in over 1000 remote villages and slums across all the states of India.
What do we do?
Gandhi Gramoday focuses on developing the potential of women and girls to drive long lasting equitable changes. We strategically emphasize on promoting quality healthcare, inclusive education, gender equitable and sustainable livelihood opportunities and disaster relief and preparedness. Our efforts are focused to fight against underlying causes of poverty and ensuring a life of dignity for all women and girls from the most marginalised and vulnerable communities, especially among Dalits and Adivasis.
We have a very kind family of over 1,73,000 individual supporters, 36 corporate and 20 institutional (National and International) partners which help GANDHI GRAMODAY to reach out to the most vulnerable children of India. We run programmes in 19 states of India, as of December 2019. We are committed to do whatever it takes to reach out to Every Last Child in need in India. All this is possible for us only because of our supporters who have been a part of our journey to give a better future to children. Gandhi Gramoday works towards motivating and encouraging its staff to imbibe, internalize and demonstrate these defined core values of the organization.
Help is Our Main Goal
Gandhi Gramoday is a not-for-profit organisation working in India for over a decade, focusing on alleviating poverty and social injustice.
We do this through well planned and comprehensive projects in health, education, livelihoods and disaster preparedness and response. Our overall goal is the empowerment of women and girls from poor and marginalised communities leading to improvement in their lives and livelihoods.
Gandhi Gramoday embodies many values familiar to humanitarian culture such as compassion for those less fortunate, self-help and innovation, and a desire to promote human dignity and individual potential within democratic societies. It respects and promotes human rights and social justice, and focus on people’s empowerment, democratic ownership and participation. They are committed to realising positive, sustainable change by promoting gender equality and equity, environmental sustainability, transparency and accountability through equitable local partnership and justice to the so-called weaker sections of the society.More About
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We Build and Create
We Care About
Gandhi Gramoday India helps alleviate poverty and social exclusion by facilitating empowerment of women and girls from poor and marginalised communities.
People We Helped in 2018
Rupees We Collected
Every household has a toilet of their own and receives 200 L of potable water/day through taps installed at homes.
Health check-up was organised in Bihar for three days in each village to cover 30 villages in 3 months.
Provide books, table, chairs, black board, uniforms and school toilets separate for girls and boys
Delivering help and hope
to children through
Gandhi Gramoday offers a diverse range of volunteering opportunities. Through these, you can not only contribute towards the betterment of underprivileged children, but also undergo a transformational journey for yourselves!Become a Volunteer
Says About Us
I’ve known Mr. Vinod Bhardwaj and Mrs. Seema Sharma for many years, The visions and passion they carry have changed the outlook of Bihar. I am delighted with their Gandhi Gramoday’s focus on rural Development and women empowerment as I believe it is the key to building a better India. Their mission of transforming the lives of 10 million in rural India in the next 5 years is inspiring and I wish them every success.
They have done so much to help the people of Bihar as well as Jharkhand. With their hard work and kind nature, their organization will achieve their target of changing lives of the rural India.
Vinod Bhardwaj himself belongs to Begusarai, Bihar and he is one of the examples of those down to earth people who go to cities for jobs and come back to their village and help them in their development. It is my pleasure that his organization works for Bihar and my parliamentary constituency
I have known Vinod Bhardwaj And Seema Sharma for 15 years and with their enthusiasm and helpful nature they have achieved success with their organization