A YEAR OF HOPE

A YEAR OF GRATITUDE

THANK YOU!

Life
Freedom
Dignity

I now till my own land.
Neither do I need to migrate for
labour work nor do I borrow

Even though we are part of the city
but we lack basic amenities…
For almost 50 years we have lived without a toilet.

What we do

Sustainable Livelihood


Improve the quality of life of the excluded communities

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Urban Poverty Reduction


Reduce residential, social and occupational vulnerability

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Disaster Risk Reduction


Build a resilient and empowered community in natural disaster and conflict situations

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Gender Equity


Ensure parity in opportunity, access and control over resources/entitlements irrespective of any gender

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Youth Development


Unleash the potential of young people as active citizens to contribute to the development of society

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Climate Change Adaptation


Reduce vulnerabilities and better adapt to climate change through sustainable pathways

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Our Reach

22

States

83

Districts

1,22,258

Families

Click to see the projects we support across states
Projects IGSSS Supprts

News & Announcements

IGSSS Organised Public Consultation on Rights & Dignity of Urban Poor at Constitution Club of India

15 December 2018

IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE CITY- MAKERS Indo-Global Social Service Society organised a National Consultation on 14th December wherein a charter of...

Inviting Expression of Interest to implement project on Food and Nutrition Security

9 November 2018

IGSSS invites Expression of Interest from NGOs to implement project on Food and Nutrition Security in selected geographical locations.  Name of the...

Blog

Picking up the Pieces: Helping Kerala Rebuild

8 January 2019
Disaster Risk Reduction

Remembering the dreadful Night: "It was past 6 pm on that unfortunate day and was getting dark. As usual, we were busy with our routine work when we...

The Homeless In Delhi Aren’t Just Deprived Of Shelter, But Their Identity Too

10 October 2018
Urban Poverty

Earlier, cities were considered as an option to escape rural poverty but for the last few years these spaces are increasingly turning hostile to the...