Welcome to Gram-Utthan
Gram-Utthan(GU) which means ‘Raising of Village’ is a community based women and child centric non-profit organization was registered on April 1990 under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 bearing its registration No: 19150/7 and Ammended Resgistration No: 22736/326 dtd. 1st March 2008. Over the years, GU has worked towards a holistic development of the Poorest of the Poor (POP).
ACTION FOR COVID -19
Support the most marginalised
The magnitude of the impact of COVID-19 has grown exponentially. The corona virus has undoubtedly hit communities in fragile settings the hardest.
With a complete lockdown, the informal sector workers who belong to some of the marginalized communities are under stress-socially and economically who are at the moment food in secure and will have to go without wages pushing them further into poverty.
Thousands suffer, especially the most vulnerable during this difficult and very uncertain time due to lack of job, business and income.
During this tough time, your donation will help Gram-Utthan NGO to support the Food in secure migrant families, daily wagers, older people, Pregnant, Lactating mothers, Children, People with disabilities, Orphan, homeless, destitute including other marginalized groups who have been harshly hit for COVID-19.
In times of need, every bit of help counts. Help us to fight the coronavirus outbreak in Odisha by helping acutely vulnerable people in need.
AN APPEAL FOR HUMANITARIAN AID:
Family survival kit (Food and non food item) of Rs 1500.00 (Per Family)
WASH kit- hygiene kits (Care Package) of Rs 500.00 (Per Family)
Welfare and psychosocial support of Rs 200.00
Long term livelihood and positive health care integrated with access to WASH facilities.
Thank you for your generosity! Your gift will help daily wagers, elders, children, adults, and families rise above adversity and thrive. No matter the amount, your donation makes a difference.
Quotes of The Day
"New markets could be created by rural potentials,
which could lead to rise in the employment"
Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
Five lakh Households in 22 Districts