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Watershed: Thanks to our efforts water is being retained in structures created for the purpose
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Deslited tank full of water at Jamunihai village
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Rice crop ready to be harvested soon
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Multi-layer farming of vegetables
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UPMA Board Member Manju Mishra with the children of education centres
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Local women performing at annual Lok Lay function
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Leadership training programme
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Akhil Bharatiya Samaj Sewa Sansthan (ABSSS) is a voluntary organisation committed to uplift tribals, dalits and deprived sections in Bundelkhand. ABSSS is based in Chitrakoot district of Uttar Pradesh and is active all over Bundelkhand, spread in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Interventions of ABSSS have regenerated self-esteem and confidence of marginalised people, mainly Kols and Dalits. They have started challenging their exploitation and bondage and are increasingly controlling resources to improve their lives.

The founder of Akhil Bharatiya Samaj Sewa Sansthan, Gaya Prasad Gopal, fondly called Gopal Ji, is a noted social worker of the country. He steered the organisation he founded for over three decades and is associated with it in a patron role. His most notable achievement is sharing and mitigating the woes of the Kol tribals and extending a helping hand to them.

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Stories From the Field

UPMA Board Member Visits Education Centres

UPMA Board Member Visits Education Centres

UPMA (Uttar Pradesh Mandal of America) Board Member Manju Mishra visited Bharat Mata Bal Abhyuday Centres in Patha area. She updated herself with the progress of poor forest-dweller tribal children…