Our pledge for a Viksit Bharat by 2047
As a global organisation, Chamber India strives to conduct all its activities in a socially responsible and sustainable way. Through our implementation partners, we are making sustainability a reality.
Our VISION is to match industrial progress with human resource development and ecology preservation, ultimately contributing to the ambitious goal of a Viksit Bharat.
People out of poverty
Champion the advancement of sustainable livelihoods in underperforming districts of India, with a special focus on Aspirational Districts identified by the NITI Aayog, Government of India.
Drive the adoption and implementation of national and global best practices across diverse trades, including agriculture, infrastructure development, mobility, etc.
Bring together the best minds including scientists, researchers and subject experts from across the country to implement impactful CSR initiatives that address societal challenges and drive positive change.
Encourage the establishment of Farmers' Producer Organizations (FPOs), Self-Help Groups (SHGs) and other micro-enterprise units, to promote rural entrepreneurship, generate employment and contribute to economic development at the grassroots level.
27 Aspirational Districts
14 districts affected by Left Wing Extremism
1714 Gram Panchayats
3200+ direct beneficiaries
15000+ indirect beneficiaries
Our reach through our partners
Women empowerment and inclusivity
In 2023, we empowered over 3000 rural women by providing them with sustainable livelihood with decent pay and social security benefits like ESI and EPF. Our beneficiaries include marginalised women and people belonging to LGBTQIA+ community.
Global collaborative outreach
Conducted a global research on Global South, for identifying best practices in agriculture and effective implementation strategies for sustainable development.
Over the course of the research project, we engaged in collaborative efforts with 58 Global South countries. This extensive collaboration enriched our understanding of regional nuances, providing a wealth of diverse perspectives that influenced the depth and breadth of our research outcomes.
Chamber India has been working relentlessly to reduce poverty by providing sustainable livelihoods to marginalized women in the Aspirational Districts of India. In 2023, we successfully brought 3000+ households out of poverty.
Skill development and training
We have been imparting quality skill training through our implementation partner, Educator Extraordinaire Limited, which has been ranked as India's No. 1 agency for rural skills development by the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India.
Digital and financial inclusion
Through our partners we established fully equipped digital literacy lab with 70 computers, printers and high-speed internet access in a Model School in Jharkhand. We opened bank accounts for 3000+ rural women and has been regularly imparting financial literacy programmes by NIESBUD certified trainers.