We are registered as a not-forprofit organization under the societies registration act, 1860 under the name ‘Dhamma Global Foundation’.
DGF strives to uplift India’s most disadvantaged communities by providing them with the opportunities they deserve.
Since its inception in 2011, Dhamma Global Foundation (DGF) is addressing the opportunity gaps facing our marginalized communities, knowing that India could never reach its full potential if they couldn’t reach theirs.
We have played a significant role in making sure they aren’t being left behind by helping them receive the education, resources, and opportunities they deserve.
We envision an Indian society in which all people, especially the children and women, are empowered to take ownership of their economic and social development.
Clean Water and Sanitation
While the situation in India is improving, with increases in income and development, there is still much work to be done. Approximately 73 million people continue to live in extreme poverty, which means that they are more likely to perpetuate the cycle of poverty further. In our people-centric development framework, we promote economic and social empowerment through various SDG-aligned CSR programs.
We take a holistic approach to help the most vulnerable people in need. Working at the grassroots level, we understand what vulnerable communities need and implement programs that best meet their needs.
We also work with governments and the private sector to strengthen long-term sustainability of our programs. All our programs aim to deliver improved circumstances for our beneficiaries. We are "Working PAN India" with focus on:
- No Poverty
- Zero Hunger
- Quality Education
- Clean Water and Sanitation
- Reduced Inequality
Right now, we’re focusing on the current COVID-19 situation, but we are also focused on how to pursue the 17 SDG goals. We aspire to aid corporates in choosing a particular goal for their CSR and help them execute it in any Indian state - keeping in mind their branding and visibility on all project related communication collaterals.
- Trishya Hajare