Banti Bai Lodha is a dairy farmer from Puraposar village in Guna district of Madhya...
"The future of India lies in its villages" - Mahatma Gandhi
Why focus on Rural Development?
As per the 2011 Census Data, rural population in India comprises about 68.84% of the overall population in the country. It is, therefore imperative that any development programme undertaken in the country must involve the vast rural populace to maximize the impact.
End Poverty realizes this fact and has been striving hard to drive change at the grassroots in our operational areas. The idea has been to build the capacities of rural communities and identify agents of change from those communities itself.
states with running projects
Animal health management drive was carried out in 15 villages of Bulandshahr district of Uttar Pradesh.
End Poverty's dairy development plan aims to increase animal productivity by promoting modern methods of dairy farming and pertinent use of technological advancements.
End Poverty has been supporting small and marginal farmers with quality inputs, implements, trainings, and market access across our impact areas with an aim to increase their income
End Poverty realizes the importance of Girls' Education and has designed a programme specifically catering to the out of school girls