The tribal people of India, known as Adivasis, represent communities that have kept ancient means of livelihood, culture and beliefs. They mostly live in isolated regions. In the 2011 Census of India, Adivasis made up 8.6% of the population, a total of 104 million people. Tribal people often face serious issues such as endemic poverty and lack of essential resources, such as water, usually due to the results of environmental degradation. Source ->


India has the single largest tribal population in the world which lives in about 15 percent of the country’s area, in various ecological and geo-climatic conditions ranging from plains to hills and inaccessible areas. According to the Multi-Dimensional Poverty report 2015-16, India’s 2015/16 MPI is 0.121 as compared to 0.279 in 2005/06. Around, 37% (11 million) of the population are still MPI poor and 93% of these live in rural areas and 5.1 million were members of Scheduled Tribes. Half of the people belonging to any of the Scheduled Tribes communities are MPI poor whereas only 15% of the higher castes are. Source -> UNDP

We Have a Plan

We are having plan to serve nearby tribal communities in future. We have already served them with food, clothes and essential utensils and household items to them in past several times.