Rural Transformation

Gram Sansad is a social platform to co-create evidence-based business roadmaps and policy solutions for enhancing rural collaboration and synergies among the stakeholders.

Implementation of LSDGs

Demonstrate innovative models, share strategies, approaches, and nurture specialized collaborations to institutionalize theme implementation.

Governance

Drive change at a grassroots level by building the state’s capacity to achieve sustainable outcomes at scale

Social Sector Consulting

We work closely with our clients to monitor and evaluate the development initiatives, with clear focus and feedback for future program designs

About Us

We Can Save More Lifes With Your Helping Hand.

Co-create and recognise evidence-based roadmaps to implement thematic LSDGs As a Collaborative Knowledge Exchange Platform, Gram Sansad brings together the stakeholders – Policymakers, Public Representatives, Civil Societies, Corporates, and other Changemakers on a single platform to analyse the environmental, economic, and social interactions of rural areas in a holistic and sustainable manner.

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Rural Development and Transformation is our focus

Our Interventions

Exposure Visits

The village representatives will be exposed to the good practices adopted and implemented by other Gram Panchayats.

Challenge Mapping

Gram Sansad collaborates closely with the rural populations to build an innovative, sustainable livelihood model..

Baseline Survey

We as development practitioners are trying to bridge the gap between government schemes and at the grass root levels.

Recognition

Gram Sansad will rank all the Panchayats based on their performance under each of the 9 LSDG themes.

Rural Commerce

Gram Sasad through its “Go Rural” brand aims to establish market linkages, connections and networks between different villages or rural areas to facilitate the exchange of goods, services, and information through local markets. It aims to enhance economic activities and improve livelihoods by creating opportunities for producers, traders, and consumers in multiple villages to engage in trade and commerce.

Inter-village market linkages can take various forms, depending on the specific context and resources available. Here are some common approaches: Market Infrastructure: Developing infrastructure such as manufacturing facilities, warehouse and storage, packaging units, and marketplaces can improve availability and quality. This reduces wastage, introduces cost efficiency and attract more buyers and sellers.