Why Support Us

Support Gram Bharti in our mission to create a more sustainable and just society!

Rural development should be the starting point of development in India, because India is a society with a vast rural area having a large rural population. Education, employment and self-sufficiency will carry them towards advancement. 

India is a country with vast rural areas and a large rural population. Despite progress in some areas, many people in rural India still live in poverty and face numerous challenges. At Gram Bharti, we believe that rural reconstruction is crucial to creating a more inclusive and just society. By supporting our work, you can help us make a difference in the lives of people and children in remote corners of the country.


Gram Bharti has been working towards rural reconstruction since 1962, following in the footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi and his vision of Gram Swaraj. We believe that each village should be a self-sufficient unit that takes care of its own needs and governs itself. Our approach is based on local resources, traditions, and knowledge, and we work to create sustainable models of development that can be replicated in other areas.

Our work covers a wide range of areas, including generating sustainable livelihood opportunities, water conservation and security, child rights and protection, climate resilient agricultural practices and methods, capacity building and training, relief and rehabilitation, advocacy, and social justice. We work with local communities to create programs that are tailored to their specific needs, and our programs are designed to address the root causes of poverty and inequality.

By supporting Gram Bharti, you can help us make a difference in the lives of people and children in rural Bihar. Your support will help us create self-reliant villages without poverty and injustice, and empower local communities to take charge of their own development. Together, we can create a more sustainable and just society, and help build a better future for all. Join us in our mission to create positive change in rural Bihar and support our Gandhian approach to rural reconstruction.


Our Impact

Creating self reliant villages without poverty and injustice!

Gram Bharti’s impact on rural development is substantial, with a legacy that spans over six decades. Our efforts have focused on creating self-reliant villages without poverty and injustice, and we have made a significant impact in the lives of over one million people in Bihar.

In the service sector, we have achieved remarkable results. Agricultural production in our service villages has increased by over 400% over the years, thanks to initiatives such as the digging of 1860 irrigation and drinking water wells, construction of 580 ahars and tanks, and the construction of 48 lift irrigation schemes. Our efforts have helped irrigate more than 150,000 acres of land and provide drinking water to more than 330,000 people.

We have also focused on sustainable energy, constructing 1260 Deenbandhu and KVIC model biogas plants and planting over 1.2 lac fruit trees and 10 lac timber plants. Additionally, we have worked towards environmental stewardship and water conservation, building 64 low-cost vermicompost pits and organising workshops in schools to sensitise young kids.

In addition to the service sector, we have also played a crucial role in disaster and calamity relief and rehabilitation efforts. Our team has worked to establish peace and communal harmony in Naxal and terrorist-affected areas and played a vital role in establishing peace during Hindu-Muslim riots in Bhagalpur, Munger (Bangalwa), Sitamarhi.

We have also provided relief and rehabilitation efforts during natural calamities such as the 1994 earthquake and the 2008 Kosi Tragedy in Supaul and Araria. Furthermore, we have worked to establish peace between different castes in areas such as Madhepura and Saharsha and helped rebuild houses of Mahadalit which were burnt by Yadavs.

Our impact extends to the social sector as well, with workshops organised in schools to sensitize children about child rights and prevention from child abuse. Gram Bharti has organised over 150 marches to combat issues such as prohibition, exploitation of women, and exploitation of tribals by moneylenders and employees of the forest department and police.

Overall, Gram Bharti has made a remarkable impact in Bihar and beyond, and we continue to work towards creating self-reliant villages without poverty and injustice. Your support can help us continue this crucial work and make a meaningful difference in the lives of rural communities.

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Digging of irrigation and drinking water wells
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Construction of Ahars and Tanks
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Children sensitised on Child Rights and Climate Change
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acres of land was irrigated every year through different schemes.
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Construction of Deenbandhu and KVIC model bio gas plant completed
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Plants and trees planted for environmental impact
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Footmarches (Padyatra) organised

Impact in Disaster and Calamities

  • Establishment of peace and communal harmony in naxal and terrorist affected Ekwari village by initiating dialogue with Ranvir Sena and CMPL (Maoist) and beginning cultivation in the village after a gap of 13 years.
  • Communal Violence- During Hindu-Muslim riots in Bhagalpur, Munger (Bangalwa), Sitamarhi establishment of peace and harmony
  • Natural Calamities-  
  • During earthquake in 1994 relief and rehabilitation in Saharsa, Supaul, Darbhanga and Purnia
  • Relief and rehabilitation work in 1984 during floods in Nauhatta Block of Saharsha. In 2008 in Supaul and Araria during Kosi Tragedy and awareness generation Satyagraha and foot-march from Birpur to Saharsha for availing Govt. relief.
  • Establishment of peace and rehabilitation work in caste war affected Madhepura in 1989 and reconstruct the houses of Mahadalit which was burnt by yadavs
  • Establishment of peace between Yadav and Rajputs in Madhepura and Saharsha
  • Relief and rehabilitation work during drought in 1967 in Munger and Palamu(Now in Jharkhand)