Gramonnati

Sansthan

A farm pond with pea crop in the background
Mahoba district magistrate and other officials seeking information on water table in a village in Churbura village
People taking part in cleaning of Kirat Sagar Nirmal Abhiyan, an example of communal harmony
A village meeting in progress

Gramonnati Sansthan is a voluntary social service organisation working on Gandhian principles of gram swaraj (village self-rule). It is based in Mahoba district of Bundelkhand region in Uttar Pradesh, India. So far its field operations have covered 6,200 families in 60 villages and created over 150 community-based organisations.

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How You Can Help

As a voluntary organisation working at the grassroots level Gramonnati Sansthan heavily relies on support of various stakeholders. You can help us in two ways:

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Director Writes

Gramonnati Sansthan is not an organisation, but a mission.

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Feminist Perspective

The journey began with many ups and downs and as the time passed we learnt.

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Testimonials

Works of Gramonnati Sansthan are very important.
Maitreyee Pushpa

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Awards and Honours

Government and Civil Society have recognised the work of Grammonnati Sansthan

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