GRAMEENA VIKAS KENDRAM

Society for Rural Development

Grameen Vikas Kendram (GVK) is a social enterprise that combines tools in non-profit development, market models and innovative technologies to empower rural communities in India to live a sustainable lives. By creating livelihood opportunities, we aim to facilitate social, economic and environmental impact.

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GVK envisions a transformed world in which rural communities – particularly small holder farmers and women are self-reliant and live in harmony with each other and nature.

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Balayageri Devi

Balayageri Devi is a 42-year-old worker from Simhadripuram, Kadapa district.

She has had no formal education and can hardly read or write.

She had a son and a daughter, both of whom died in a fatal accident.

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Daisiri Naragan Swamy

Daisiri Naragan Swamy is a 36-year-old farmer living in Lingala, Kammam district.

He has seven members in his family that constitute of his wife, his son who is in seventh grade.

His one daughter who is in her sixth grade, and in-laws.

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B. Srinivasan Reddy

B. Srinivasan Reddy is a 40-year-old farmer from Lingala, Kammam district.

Srinivas is a fifth grade dropout, so understands the value of educating his kids.

His son is currently in his fifth grade while his daughter is in her fourth grade.

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Balakulay Amma

Balakulay Amma is a 42-year-old farmer from Lingala, Kammam district.

She lives with 10 other members in her family.

She currently has four acres of land out of which two acres are planted with sweet oranges.

Two other acres with sunflowers and groundnut.

Over 300,000 farmers committed suicide in a decade because of a vicious cycle of debt from their reliance chemical inputs

15% -0% Creating additional income
for 2.000 farmers’ sweet orange farmers and women labour workers
0+ Working with
cotton farmers, covering 249 acres and increased price per kilo by 3-5%, in addition to lowering their input costs by up to 70%.
0 Reaching out
to students and farmers per year through water conservation awareness campaigns.

We improve living standards with community partners.

GVK envisions a transformed world in which rural communities – particularly small holder farmers and women are self-reliant and live in harmony with each other and nature.  

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