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Lalitpur village, Uttar Pradesh,
The drought ridden people of Bundelkhand cleaning and deepening their defunct village well, motivated and brought together by Goonj.
Hareti Village, Uttarakhand,
Women, backbone of our country, especially the villages.. Women working together to build a road under Goonj’s Cloth For Work initiative.
Ambapada Village, RajasthanA meeting to break the silence on menstruation. A Goonj team member speaks to a young girl under Goonj’s Not Just A Piece of Cloth initiative.
Patana Village, Odisha,
People of Patana Village, Odisha got down into their village pond to clean up their water with Goonj.
Orai, Madhay Pradesh,
Facing an ongoing water crisis the villagers decided to step into their defunct well to clean it up for water conservation under Goonj’s Cloth For Work initiative.
Kherwal Village, Dousa District, Rajasthan,
There is nothing these women can’t do..!! Constructing a road... on their own!! motivated and brought together by Goonj.
Daringbadi village ,kandhamal district, Odisha,
People solving their own problems.. cleaning and deepening their pond, motivated and brought together by Goonj.
Chandrahati (District Hooghly), West Bengal,
Men and women of this small village, built a kitchen garden for their children’s Aanganwadi Centre, ensuring vegetables in their daily meals, motivated and brought together by Goonj..
Edavaka village, Wayanad district, Kerala ,
People of Kerala working on repairing and rebuilding their own world after the recent devastating floods, motivated and brought together by Goonj.
Kirat village ,Palghar district , Maharashtra,
These fearless villagers got deep into their dirty well to clean it up, motivated and brought together by Goonj.
Adimali Tribal Colony ,Idukki District , Kerala,
Goonj Kerala Team member George learning from the wise tribal men and women. Goonj’s relief & rehabilitation work has reached over 60,000 families in 10 districts of Kerala in last 4 months.