“The future of India lies in its villages” – Mahatma Gandhi
There is urgency to bring Indian villages to the centre stage in the development agenda. India, home to one-sixth of all humanity, holds the key to success of the 2030 SDG agenda. SDG goals in India are not attainable without a robust growth plan with inclusion of rural economy.
The capacity of India’s youth to innovate needs to be unleashed in villages. Join the movement to uplift the under- resourced villages. Join the movement to secure the lives and livelihoods of rural population. Join the movement to transform Indian Villages. One Village at a time.
Gender-transformative Child Centred Community Development in resource-poor villages is our core strategy to transform Indian villages.
‘Support my Village’ initiative identifies the key issues that have the most impact on children’s rights and aims to strengthen the backbone of India by improving the development indicators of its villages. The identification of the areas to work on is done through a participatory approach with children, their families, community, the local governance structures to develop a micro-level plan to address the issues.
With over 65% of the population living in villages, in India, we need to bring about changes in villages so that it has a lasting impact on the rights of children, especially girls, through her education, through better health, through a safe and secure environment, through an opportunity for a livelihood that she desires. An empowered village will help its children thrive and realise their full potential.
The 5-year program is designed to improve and ensure quality services towards education, healthcare, nutrition, safe drinking water, social protection, and sustainable livelihoods for all in the village.
These are the stories of some of the villages where Plan India is actively working.
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Rampur is a village located in Uttar Pradesh, almost 33 km from Lucknow. Rampur is home to 211 households and a 100 year old Peepal tree that the villagers consider sacred.
Chali, is a beautiful village lush with green shrubs that cover most of Rajasthan. Home to 414 households, Chali is divided into different hamlets with the tribal community
Located 45 km from Udaipur, Kegra is a village with 175 households. It is mainly populated by the Meena tribe who live in three main hamlets. The main source of livelihood
In the tough terrains of Jharkhand lies Lara village. Surrounded by trees and rich in natural beauty, it is a popular picnic destination for people
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