We take a 360-degree approach – because it takes more than one intervention to help a family out of poverty and into prosperity.
We help farming families prosper, by nurturing farmers and organizing them into groups to enhance their profitability.
We provide youth with training, employment and business opportunities to help them achieve their aspirations in life.
We create 'drought-resilient' rural villages and ensure all-year-round water for farmers, families and communities.
We build healthy communities to enable people to lead more fruitful, productive lives.
We harness the power of women as change-makers - generating income, making decisions, managing finances and leading their communities.
We ensure that rural children get the support they need for a good education, and that differently-abled children reach their full potential in life.
ACF works across 3 locations in Gujarat - Kodinar, Surat and Sanand. This is where it all began back in 1993, when ACF launched its first water programs in Kodinar. Today this work has evolved and grown to now reach far and wide across the regions that we touch.
“With a presence in Darlaghat and Nalagarh, ACF faces many challenges in tackling the challenges presented by this hilly terrain”
Working in Chandrapur and Panvel location, ACF has primarily focused on agriculture, health and education programs. ACF's launched its Sakhi initiative in this state.
ACF has done significant work in Rabriyawas, Marwar Mundwa and Chirawa locations of Rajasthan. ACf has done some significant work in providing access to drinking water in this drought-prone state, bringing several rural families out of misery.
Bhatapara, ACF location in this state was grappling water availability when the work began. Majority of the land is wasteland and the location suffers low prodcutivity in terms of agriculture. ACF is also working in Raigarh location in Chhatisgarh.
Renown for its agriculture, ACF works in Ropar and Bathinda reaching out to thousands of farmers and their families. This is the home of one of our flagship Education initiatives also, Ambuja Manovikas Kendra – a program that will touch your heart!
The land is fragmented and knowledge on package of practices is poor. Aquaculture and paddy cultivation are the main livelihood sources. This is also a hub for truckers and of HIV/AIDS is another pressing problem. ACF works in Sankrail and Farakka.
Lack of awareness and lack of education makes this a challenging location to deal with. ACF is primarily focusing of women, children and youth development.
In this state ACF is working in Roorkee, where agriculture is the main occupation. However, with industrialisation, the land is getting fragmented and locals need alternate source of livelihoods.
Nadikudi, the location where ACF is working is struggling with high usage of chemical fertilisers that has severe effect on soil and crops. Integrated crop management is the focus in this location.
Chhindwara is the location where ACF is working in MP. This is tribal belt and people are mainly relying on rainfed agriculture. Youth needs exposure to exploit alternate source of livelihoods.
Over the past 25years we have managed to make significant impact on the ground – in more ways than one!
Monitoring helps us improve the quality of our work and we conduct research on an ongoing basis
We work with real people. These stories tell you the true and detailed accounts of the ‘Humans of Ambuja.'
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