Sarbodaya Sangha considers that sustainable development can only be achieved through an active participation of the beneficiaries.
That is why all the activities are beneficiary-based. Since its creation in 2001, it has organized more than 3000 women into 200 SHGs.
This initiates a process through which a wide range of activities is nowadays successfully performed. As a result, projects
about water-sanitation-hygiene, fishery, home Industry, health, education or micro credit indicate positive results throughout
Development which is not sustainable is a waste of energy as they will not remains. That is why all our projects are integrated towards
a holistic sustainable development strategy which consists in dealing with economical, social and environmental issues.
We are willing to create model for sustainable development which may be used by the network organizations in the surrounding area.
One of our main strength is its collaboration with several national and international organizations.
It allows the project to be based on reliable expertise and resources. Throughout the year, international experts in their fields are
giving training to the workers in order to improve their technical/managerial/communication capacities.
This value is about strategic and sustainable excellence: without knowledge, only few improvements are achievable.
Knowledge about rural development is already available in the world through various supports such as books, Internet or experts.
Therefore, there is no need to "reinvent the wheel": what is required is a creative adaptation of the information to design our
solutions. Thus, we wants to be constantly remain a learning organization.
Sarbodaya Sangha is willing to lead project with operational and professional excellence. Efficiency in the project implementation
requires a well planned process-oriented and matrix-driven approach. Once they are planned and executed, the evolution of the results
is constantly monitored and deviations from the initial objectives rectified.