All people of India, rural and urban, living with dignity and self-Respect in a healthy environment.Sounds like a dream, doesn’t it?That is the dream we want to share.
It's overwhelming - so many in need of so much.But if our hearts are in it, and we all do what we can with what we have we can only succeed. Let’s inspire each other to do good things.

When we started Ganga Sansthan in 2003, we were just a small group of professionals with a strong desire to raise the standard of living of our fellow Indians through education and organization. Since those early beginnings, our organization has grown; we are now 36 strong.
About three-quarters of us work at the field level and, thanks to our sensitive and progressive work environment, at least one-third of all our members are women. Our team consists of 13 staff (mostly professionals) and 23 volunteers (all adequately educated.) Throughout all these changes, the vision has not been lost, it has grown with us.

Although we organize a variety of projects, our approach is always multidimensional and evidence-based so that holistic development can be achieved and a demonstrable model can be created.
In other words, by all means, copy our methods, follow our models, build on our ideas, and do them better! This job is too big for any one group, even one as talented as ours.
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Perfect Team

Ganga India designed by some well educated expert who are completely devoted for social development.

Project Deliver

We had deliver more than 50+ project around the globe.

Our partners

Ganga collaborates with more than 15 partners around the globe.


Ganga get more than 20+ awards from the reputed organizations.
Office Infrastructure
Ganga owns ample infrastructure, training & meeting rooms, four wheeler and two wheelers and about adequate computer systems with required accessories and landline & broadband connection as assets. During the year 2012-2013, the infrastructure is increased and separate offices each at Mahmoodabad block of Sitapur district and Belsar block at Gonda district have also been added.
Staff Strength
Ganga has staff strength of 13 as regular and about 23 volunteers at field level. About one- third of the staff is women. About 75% of the staff is working at the field levels. The staffs have suitable experience, educational and technical qualifications to run the programmes effectively. 80% of the staff falls in the professional category. There is adequate representation of women in the staff strength. Ganga has a gender policy that details the organisations philosophy on creating a working environment that is gender sensitive.
Organisation’s primary area of focus:
The priority sectors in Ganga work are sustainable livelihood, environment conservation, women and child development and health. Whereas women’s empowerment programmes through formation of SHGs and Mahila Mandals have been receiving high priority. The target groups addressed by Ganga Organization are: Neglected and backward sections of society (including dalits, scheduled castes and scheduled tribes) Economically poorer sections Women Children Needy Youth Communities in neglected geographical areas Landless and marginal farmers Slum/pavement dwellers Wage earners and self-employed artisans living below the poverty line
Systems in place for technical and financial management:
For management of various affairs in the organizations, there are task specific committees from the governing structures. For management at lower levels, there are different policies and manuals – Programme Manual, Finance Manual & H R Manual. For different tasks, relevant formats have been developed. A line of command with different teams is established. Staff capacity building programmes are organized at regular intervals for enhancing technical expertise. If required, services of external consultants and resource persons are obtained.
Collaborating partners existing:
Ganga collaborates with NIPCCD, NABARD, CBCI-CARD, FANSA-MARI, Shohratgarh Environmental Society, The Just Environment and Charitable Trust, CEE Ahmedabad, Central Social Welfare Board and U.P. State Social Welfare Board.