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Gram Vikas Trust

Elderly care
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Adopt a grandparent by providing them monthly groceries
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Last audited December 2018
Provided Vocational Training To 675 Unerprivileged Youth Across The Country
Hailing from a rural background, the founder of Gram Vikas Trust (GVT) was no stranger to hardships. Ramesh Kasondra, himself, has undergone several economic and social challenges. In order to convert his experience and exposure to support and uplift his society, he established Gram Vikas Trust. GVT now operates in more than 100 villages of Bharuch district with the key areas being child rights, education, health and hygiene, sustainable livelihood, and women empowerment. GVT's belief that knowledge is the path to self-development has re-enrolled thousands of school drop-outs back to school. To promote an equitable living environment, GVT gives vocational training to hundreds of students each year along with awareness on health and hygiene. The organization was actively involved in constructing and renovating the sanitation facilities of the Government Schools in and around their district. GVT is committed to creating a strong and independent society without inequality. It aims for a society free of discrimination and where everybody enjoys equal opportunities.
Leadership Ramesh J. Kasondra
Periodic access to food supplies for healthy living,Regular access to healthy and nutritious food
Gram Vikas Trust (GVT) is a national level organization that works with the poor and underprivileged villages of Gujarat. The condition of poor senior citizens is terrible, particularly in the rural areas and urban slums of Bharuch district. They are at the mercy of their children and relatives and are often humiliated. They have no access to health care, basic welfare needs and face many problems for their survival. Through this program, Gram Vikas Trust extends aid to the elderly by providing monthly grocery rations. When you support this program, a grandparent like Savitaben is assigned to your donation and you will be the reason for him or her living their last days in dignity.

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