Hariyali - An Initiative for Development

Hariyali (An Initiative for Development) is working on the development of the rural economy through revival of the agriculture and cottage industry.

Hariyali NGO

About Us

Hariyali (An Initiative for Development) is an active NGO in the city. Hariyali has been carrying out need based welfare and integrated programs of development for rural poor and needy especially belonging to marginalized and under privileged sections. The NGO primarily focus on the development of the rural economy through revival of the agriculture and cottage industry.


Hariyali  is one of India’s largest independent and youth volunteer non-profit organisations.
Bhumi was founded on 2013 by a small group of professionals with a strong passion to change society today and build a better India for tomorrow. The organisation provides youngsters a platform to serve the society and bridges the gap between the educated and the uneducated.
Our volunteers educate and mentor children from orphanages, slum and village community centres across the country to give them a better future, which will benefit them as well as our country. The learning experience is mutual – our volunteers gain perspective and the experience to mould themselves into tomorrow’s leaders.

ORGANISATION
The organization Hariyali operates through committed and dedicated local women and men workers who have developed support and trust with the communities. The operational strategy includes empowering the poor to become self reliant through continuous experience sharing workshops, exposure visits, skill building and training. Orientation will also be given on livelihood support health, education, biotechnology, animal husbandry and sanitation. The effort shall be made to enhance income through the use of farming systems technology. The organization strongly believes in working with others and learning from others experience and networking with government and local groups. 

Sustainable development in the project shall be emphasized by :
  • Empowering communities through community mobilization.
  • Better opportunities for livelihood improvement.
  • Developing village based institutions.
  • Wider dissemination of lessons learnt and traditional technologies.
  • Experiences sharing workshops with different stakeholders.
  • To generate income of poor rural people by their traditional works like the field of Agriculture / Animal / husbandry / Forest produce value addition etc.
Our philosophy states that India lives in her villages and we cannot rise to our true potential as a country without a fundamental transformation in the lives of people in rural India. At the Swades Foundation we believe that the partnership of rural India with corporates, young urban India, the Government and other foundations is the key to create a permanent and irreversible change for good. 

We aim at bringing together the best global practices, corporate thinking and accountability, the highest standards of corporate governance to create a model of sustainable development, which is a benchmark in the industry and can be replicated at scale. We strongly believe in collaboration and working with multiple partners including other foundations, NGOs, corporates and the government. 

Our Mission is to empower 1 million rural Indians every 5 years, creating a permanent, irreversible change for good. We believe in a holistic 360-degree development with a focus on six verticals - Community Mobilisation, Water & Sanitation, Agriculture & Dairy, Livelihood, Education and Health & Nutrition. This model empowers our communities with the capability of creating choices for themselves and their families, allowing them to transform their own lives and ensuring a permanent and irreversible change for good 

Our strategy is to Engage, Empower, Execute and Exit: To engage rural communities with corporates, young urban India, not-for-profit organizations and governments and empower our communities to execute programs that transform their own lives, enabling us to exit and allowing them to serve as role models and change agents for the rest of the country. 

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