The city of dreams, the city that never sleeps, the financial capital of India - none of these connotations manage to accurately capture the stark reality that this city is - a disturbing juxtaposition of plush skyscrapers and slums.

Rural India is no different, with many villages still struggling to provide for adequate nutrition, healthcare and sanitation, coupled with a lack of infrastructure and educational opportunities. Poverty is a vicious and seemingly unbreakable cycle of lack of resources and a lack of awareness or access to obtain those.

This subsequently translates to immigration and overcrowding of larger cities, where the struggle for survival and quality of life never ends.

SNWF believes in an intentional collective action to improve the social, economic, physical and environmental wellbeing while preserving the valuable aspects of the culture of the community and bringing in lasting changes through sustainable solutions.

Our Upliftment Drives Ensures

  • Addressing Migration issues
    According to the State of World Population report, more than half of the world’s population lives in urban areas and the number is steadily growing every year. Urbanization in India is a consequence of demographic explosion and poverty induced rural-urban migration. SNWF, conducts periodic analysis and assessment to understand the nature of the mobility and comes up with community driven projects to address this issue.
  • Bringing in livelihood interventions to stop migration
    Stopping migration is a continuous process in which likely migrants are explained the severity of the inter-generational implications, low level of skills, etc. and instead proactive livelihood means are suggested and provided to the members likely to migrate based on their skill sets and opportunities available around them.
  • Infrastructure development
    SNWF constantly strives to work on the Infrastructure development of existing government buildings like PHCs, Schools and Anganwadi.
  • Water resource development
    By the turn of the century, water will be a critical resource to mankind and therefore should be used and preserved in a most scientific and efficient manner. In India, the availability of water is highly uneven, both in space and time. SNWF, puts in a lot of effort in coming up with suitable drives for water resource management. The emphasis is on creating water harvesting structures which can benefit the communities in the longer run.SNWF also works closely with Krishi Vigyan Kendra for capacity building of farmers in growing vegetables and fruits and understanding the nature of the soil through soil testing.