The onset of the monsoons in North India has caused widespread flooding in the states of Assam and Bihar, leading to extensive damage, with over a 100 people dead, and 4.2 million people affected. Pragya is working to provide emergency relief to the people most affected by this disaster. Your support can help us expand our relief efforts, and cater to the needs of thousands more who require assistance.

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Pragya (India) is a non-governmental development organisation working for the sustainable development of the Himalayan region and its vulnerable & marginalised communities, as well as for the conservation of its sensitive ecosystem. Grassroots projects are being implemented across the entire high-altitude belt of the Himalayas. Application and policy research, and advocacy actions are being carried out nationally and regionally, which are helping to support, supplement and enhance the impacts of our grassroots work.

We work across the entire stretch of the Himalayas in India, spanning 13 districts in 6 Indian states: Leh and Kargil (Jammu & Kashmir), Lahaul & Spiti, Chamba and Kinnaur (Himachal Pradesh), Chamoli, Pithoragarh and Uttarkashi (Uttarakhand), Darjeeling (West Bengal), North and West Sikkim  (Sikkim), and Tawang and West Kameng (Arunachal Pradesh). Our work is delivered through multiple field offices located in Himalayan districts and a central coordination office in Gurgaon in the National Capital Region. We also partner with other State and non-state actors in our work.

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Pragya (India) is registered as a Trust under the Indian Trusts Act, and has an FCRA (Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, India) certification. Pragya has 7 offices in India: the India Coordinating Office at Gurgaon and field offices in the Himalayas at Leh, Keylong, Kaza, Recong Peo, Joshimath and Tawang.


Rehabilitation work for flood hit Himalayan villages

RUDRAPRAYAG, INDIA, 31st January 2014: From the onset of its relief operations for the flood affected Himalayan districts in June 2013, Pragya staff has been involved in carrying out area specific need assessments, which helped in formulation of effective rehabilitation strategies with...

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Haryana, India.
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