We are fundraising to provide dignity to migrated laborers

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About the campaign

India’s total population stands at 1.21 billion. Internal migrants constitute a large percentage of the population. According to recent estimates, 326 million or 28.5% of the population has moved from their hometowns in search of better opportunities.

Internal migration is an essential and inevitable component of the economic and social life of the country, given regional imbalances and labor shortages. However, in the absence of a coherent policy framework and strategy, migration imposes heavy costs on human development through poor labor arrangements and working conditions of migrants, and obstacles in their access to shelter, education, healthcare and food.

We aim to develop village economies so as encourage people to stay in their hometowns and build livelihoods. The idea is to provide dignity to the migrated laborers. Whether through generating alternate livelihood in their hometown or by helping them at the workplace. To help them at workplace, we will develop a call center there. The type of alternate livelihood will depend on the local produce. We also want to work towards industrialization of villages.

Support us as we strives to build self-sustaining economies in the heart of our country. Where you are born defines you and forms an integral part of your being, to be separated from that can be painful. Help migrated laborers develop a dignified and sustainable life in their homes.
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Rs.11,361
raised of Rs.30,000 goal

9 Supporters

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Supporters (9)

Pritam
Pritam donated Rs.500

A very good initiative! Keep it up guys. Best wishes!

Yash
Yash donated Rs.1,011

Please keep my donation hidden.

Ashok
Ashok donated $25