Special Swarnjayanti Gram
Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) Project
aurobindo chaudhuri memorial
great indian dream foundation
WHO ARE WE
Let us together dream of a country where poor are not just merely reduced to statistics but where there are no poor at all. Let there be a day when small children are taken to a poverty museum like science museum, where they shiver at the plight of the way people used to live in the last millennium. Let this dream take the form of a revolution and as long as our dreams keep outweighing our memories, India would remain a young and dynamic nation on its path to global equality. And for this, let the wait not be for eternity. Let us together achieve this in the next 25 years.

We aim at doing everything possible in order to achieve the great Indian dream of making India an educated and healthy nation, free of poverty and its inhuman indignities.
 
Vision
Let us together dream of a country where poor are not just merely reduced to statistics but where there are no poor at all. Let there be a day when small children are taken to a poverty museum like science museum, where they shiver at the plight of the way people used to live in the last millennium. Let this dream take the form of a revolution and as long as our dreams keep outweighing our memories, India would remain a young and dynamic nation on its path to global equality. And for this, let the wait not be for eternity. Let us together achieve this in the next 25 years.
Mission
We aim at doing everything possible in order to achieve the great Indian dream of making India an educated and healthy nation, free of poverty and its inhuman indignities.
Principle of GIDF

• Reaching the Unreachable
• Comprehensive Community Development
• Development of Human Capital
• Gender Equality
• Empowerment
• Environmental Sustainability

Prime Focus Areas

• Health
• Education
• Livelihood
• Environment Sustainability

Intervention Areas

The Foundation has undertaken a multi-faceted approach through its social initiatives. These approaches have been primarily focusing on community development. The states of Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Orissa, Kerala, Uttaranchal and Karnataka are being covered by our initiatives.

Coverage of Beneficiaries

The Foundation has been facilitating developmental initiatives in more than 2000 villages spread across 12 states of India. Our areas of intervention support an estimated 15, 00,000 people residing primarily in the remote and backward areas of the states.






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