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Stars Impact Award, 2010


>> Consultative national workshop in Delhi, India on Primary prevention of violence against women of ethnic minority communities.

>> Promoting nutri-dense farming through kitchen gardens to meet the nutritional gaps of the vulnerable communities in the Indian Himalayas.

>> Pragya organizes a three-day conservation advocacy training in Kakamega, Kenya

>> Pragya staff providing relief provisions and psychological support to a migrant workers camp in Uttarakhand, India struck by a devastating cloudburst resulting in tragic fatalities and loss of all belongings.

>> Sensitizing Himalayan communities to environment conservation and disaster risk reduction through a conservation campaign in Uttarakhand, India.

>> Addressing the issues of health and livelihoods for flood-affected and displaced Char (river island) communities in Munshiganj, Bangladesh.

Pragya works for the appropriate development of vulnerable communities and sensitive ecosystems of the world. We reach the benefits of development to the most remote and difficult regions, delivering an array of development services to isolated and underserved communities, and building their capacity to help themselves. We also research and support reform of programmes and policies, and advise, and train development actors, in order to spur development action in these regions.


  • Pragya's innovation DMS Himalaya recognised among 25 best case studies across Asia
    - At GNDR, ADPC hosted event on Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Pragya receives GuideStar Platinum Certification
    - the certificate for highest level of transparency and public accountability
  • Pragya’s experience to be featured on Project Management Course by Philanthropy University
    - The team collaborated with the university on course design
  • Founder Gargi Banerji shared her views as a panelist at 2015 Philanthropreneurship Forum
    - Discussion focused on New Frontiers of Philanthropy
  • Pragya submitted statement on State & Non-State Development Collaborations
    - for UN ECOSOC High-level segment: annual ministerial review - 2014 session
  • Conflict Assessment Report - Northern Kenya
    - a PRAGYA study

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