• Clean Energy Access
    Achieving climate goals through solar PV technology and clean cookstoves among tribal communities
  • Clean Energy Access
    Achieving climate goals through solar PV technology and clean cookstoves among tribal communities
  • Livelihood
    Assisting communities to sustain themselves and improve their economic status through secure and resilient livelihood opportunities
  • Livelihood
    Assisting communities to sustain themselves and improve their
    economic status through secure and resilient livelihood opportunities
  • Capacity Building
    Building local capacity with an integrated approach
  • Capacity Building
    Building local capacity with an integrated approach

Current projects

WADI

The main features of a Wadi model are economic upliftment of the farmers through sustainable agriculture, social empowerment, improvement in quality of life including health and women empowerment in tribal dominated areas of the country. The broad interventions are in the areas of land use planning, soil and water harvesting measures and improved farming based agro-forestry practices.

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Watershed Development

Increasing population pressure, lack of investment and technological progress are taking heavy toll on the quality of productive natural resource base in the sub-tropical region of Keonjhar district of Odisha. Water scarcity, land degradation and productivity loss are major challenges to the eradication of poverty.

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Sensor Enabled Climate Financing (SCF)

With a successful implementation of C2P2 (Carbon Credit Pilot Project) in Keonjhar district of Odisha, Nexleaf Analytics has collaborated with Saunta Gaunta Foundation (SGF) working with the rural and tribal population of Keonjhar district covering more than 200 villages across various blocks in the district.

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Livelihood promotion of Particularly Vulnerable Tibal Groups (PVTG’s in Keonjhar, Odisha

Juangs are one of the 13 Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs) of Odisha inhabited in Keonjhar district. With limited education, lack of skill, poor economic condition, poor health, primitive agricultural

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About SGF

"Saunta Gaunta"- A popular saying among the Santhali tribe in Northern Odisha which literally means "Together We Can" is the driving force behind the work of Santa Gaunta Foundation. Established in 2005, the organisation relishes the power of togetherness and strives to work among the Primitive Tribal Groups (PVTG's) in order to bring them into mainstream society through livelihood projects. In Keonjhar district of Odisha, SGF is working on clean energy access through solar lighting provisions and clean cooking solutions in collaboration with The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi and Nexleaf Analytics, California, USA.

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