Organizational Philosophy

  • Philosophy

    The Trust believes in the people-centered development through empowerment of marginalized people. It stipulates the dictum that integrated rural development is a process in which people take the conscious initiative in order to manage resources for the people, thereby ensuring people’s participation, which leads to the development by the people.

  • Purpose

    From thought to act, from act to habit, from habit to nature, from nature to destiny- these spell human progress with a view to spreading the mandate –

    Sarbeiba sukhina santu

    Sarbe santu niramaya

    Sarbai bhadrani pashyantu

    Ma kaschit dukhya bhak bhabet.

    Let everyone be happy; let all be wholesome; let everybody see the good of life; let none suffer; let peace reign supreme Modus operandi

    By spreading education and raising awareness- the cure-all to all ills that flesh is heir to.

  • Objectives

    • To create an awareness among the rural poor about their common social health and economic problems and to provide them with the wherewithal through the formation of village groups. 
    • To improve the economic level of the poor through the provision of credit extension in appropriate agricultural programmes and different skill building programmes.
    • To promote self-reliance by enabling poor people to manage programmes themselves on a sustainable basis by using local resource inventories.
    • To promote the local cultural action to encourage dialogue at all levels in society To provide assistance during natural calamities and in distress.
    • To undertake/initiate research, field study, documentation and debate on issues concerning development of communities.
    • To promote the use of renewable and non-conventional sources of energy.
    • To impart stimuli on the children and youth to take up value-based behavioural patterns.
    • To provide formal, non-formal, vocational education to those in need and literacy to illiterates.
    • To arrange for facilities concerning basic health for all including nutrition.
    • To provide care for the aged and the physically and mentally challenged people.
    • To promote livestock development To promote rural infrastructure in respect of housing, irrigation, potable water, watershed management, link road etc.
    • To promote Afforestation and environment development process.
  • Goal and Principles

    Greatest good of the greatest number. “Bahujana hitaya, bahujana sukhayacha”.

    Principles

     

    • Participation of the People.
    • Mainstreaming the Tribal People.
    • Education and for Health for All.
    • Empowerment of the Marginalized People.
    • Emancipation of the weaker section of the society.