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Vibrant Villages

‘India lives in villages’ were the golden words of Mahatma Gandhi many decades ago. However, even after 50 years the data does not seem to disagree. India is predominantly a rural country with two-third of its population and 68% of its workforce residing in rural India.  Every year there is substantial migration from rural to urban areas for earning livelihood during fallow season.
However, this year the annual summer migrations from the villages to the cities could not take place due to lockdown. Those who were in towns and cities returned but villages were locked with no income. As IIMWSA & #VibrantVillages team, we decided to address this issue and started working towards a self-reliant vibrant rural India, with a special focus on water management & women's livelihoods and empowerment.
Our Vision: To make rural India self-reliant and make our villages vibrant and self-sustainable.
Our scope: Our scope currently includes three types of projects:
1) Rural livelihood initiatives, both farm and non-farm
2) Water sufficiency
3) Reduction in women’s drudgery, freeing them up for productive work

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16th October 2020
Thank you for the donation for eDost project. We have now identified 20 eDost across 20 villages.This money will be used to buy mobile banking devices for eDost woman and enabling and training them to run banking services in these tribal villages. 
Thank you for the donation for eDost project. We have now identified 20 eDost across 20 villages.This money will be used to buy mobile banking devices for eDost woman and enabling and training them to run banking services in these tribal villages. 
Rs.166,325 raised

Goal: Rs.200,000

282 Days to go

Beneficiary: Rural India info_outline

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RK
Ramya donated Rs.2,500
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Vijay donated Rs.8,700

Keep going team! Continue to make a difference

KV
Krishnan donated Rs.12,500
SS
Sarbjeet donated Rs.13,500
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Sudhakar donated Rs.20,000
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Anonymous donated Rs.2,000