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Gandhi Gramoday provides palliative care to the vulnerable sections of the society in India. They help the destitute, homeless, and afflicted women and children living below the poverty line and suffering from cancer. They aim to be sensitive and responsive to the special requirements of each individual and their families through the highest quality hospice care. The patients are looked after by a team of trained professionals, including a social worker.
Livelyhood and Woman Empowerment
GANDHI GRAMODAY generated a flagship document, ‘The Gender Transformative Change Approach’, to facilitate a comprehensive and common understanding around gender. GANDHI GRAMODAY also generated a detailed list of Gender Transformative Change (GTC) indicators to measure the gender transformative change, based on the Strategic Impact Inquiry (SII) Framework of Women’s Empowerment. These indicators are available in the domains of health, livelihoods, and education and adapted to measure the progress of gender transformation in the projects.
Sanitation, Hygiene and Water
We believe that access to drinking water is a fundamental human right and our goal is to ensure every household in our geography gets potable drinking water up to 200 litres per day. We bring water from the source to storage reservoir and from there into each household through a robust distribution grid in every water project. Our team of water engineers and field staff is equipped for conducting overall geophysical and technical surveys while the community does voluntary labour with us to ensure water reaches their homes.
Every school with 20 and more students will have access to clean toilets and drinking water at all times is our goal. To achieve this, we do screening and repairs of existing urinals and stand posts in schools and those that are devoid of any water and sanitation facility are facilitated with new structures with a clear focus on building separate toilets for boys and girls.