Integral Rural Development

With an estimated 70% of her population living in villages, India can only advance if the village community is empowered. Thus the Society has adopted an integrated approach to the many aspects of community life, such as health, education, vocational training, and economic growth in the country’s villages. INSTITUTE(s) Sri Aurobindo Rural & Village Action & Movement (SARVAM) Since about 700 million people in India’s villages live below the poverty line, there is a dire need and urgency to develop, uplift and enable them to become a dynamic part of the nation’s evolution and growth. SARVAM is developing a progressive village community model that is sustainable, replicable and scalable. More information on SARVAM is available at www.sarvam.aurosociety.org

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