WHAT DO WE DO?

Shivganga noted that there's a large underutilized population of the age group of 18-35 years. The primary motive is to empower these youths.

WE CREATE SOCIAL LEADERS

The primary step is to embed values in youths such that they are naturally inclined towards ‘Parmarth’.  They begin thinking for others and their village and which eventually builds their social acceptance in the village, thus making them Social Leaders. 

WE TRAIN & EMPOWER THEM

These youths are provided with training and exposure. The training provides skills which would help them in making changes in the village as well as help in earning a livelihood. They also carry forward these skills to their village-mates. 

THEY MAKE THE CHANGE ON GROUND

The youths empowered with training and exposure take the lead of various initiatives in their village. They inspire other youths in the village and eventually every village has a young team who break the inertia and bring together people to make things happen. 

HOLISTIC RURAL DEVELOPMENT

AFFORESTATION

Halma to plant 12000 trees creating Matawan-sacred forest area surrounding the Kheda Talab-July12 2018.

WATER CONSERVATION

Pond constructed through Halma, in Chhagola village. Such water reservoirs are built every year by villagers.

YOUTH EMPOWERMENT

The 'Sashaktikaran' or empowerment sessions held by Shivganga-a first-hand experience of it's for youths.

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

Women participating in Halma 2016, Hathipava hills. Women are part of every ground activity in the villages.

ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION

Children-The regular visitor of Gram Vachanalaya. The focus is to provide exposure to what is contextually relevant.

LIVELIHOOD & ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Products made in Bamboo workshop, Meghnagar Gurukul. A step towards self-employment.

TRIBAL CULTURE

Gaiti Yatra’-uplifting the social esteem of the Tribal people. Gaiti and Pagadi are important symbols of tribal pride.

CONNECTING COMMUNITIES

Various attempts at dissolving the colossal gap between tribal community-more in terms of images than geography.

RECENT PROJECTS

11

YEARS

1320

VILLAGES

12000

YOUTHS TRAINED

73000

TREES PLANTED

4500

WATER STRUCTURES

STUDENT ENGAGEMENTS

GET INVOLVED

Let us work together to make our villages self-reliant.

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TESTIMONIALS

The Shivganga… makes use of the tribals’ own cultural resources to motivate them to develop. It is one of the more successful among tribal development schemes.

Koenraad Elst

ORIENTALIST AND INDOLOGIST KNOWN FOR HIS WRITINGS ON COMPARATIVE RELIGION
…..Unlike others, Shivganga is neither pushing Aadivasi backwards as they are illiterate nor showing them upfront because they’re illiterate. They are simply making them realise their energy…so that they themselves can move forward.

Rajendra Singh

WATERMAN OF INDIA, STOCKHOLM WATER PRIZE-2015