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  NGO Name

Samrakshan Trust

  Year Established


  Primary Contact

Asmita Kabra


E-314, Anandlok Apartments, Mayur Vihar Phase - I


New Delhi-110091




Madhya Pradesh




  Phone 1

91 11 2279 5088

  Phone 2



91 11 2275 1907


  NGO Work



Agriculture intervention


  Annual Budget


  FCRA clearance?





  NGO Visit Information

  Contact Info.

to be updated


  NGO - Chapter / Coordinator

  Number of chapters or coords coordinating this ngo



  Send email to chapter coords?


  +  Columbus / Sridhar Vedachalam
  +  Portland / Raj Sistla

  Projects List

Amount Funded

  +  Livelihood Security Initiative

$ 5391


  +  Natural resource mgnt 2006-07

$ 6894


  +  Natural resource mgnt 2007-08

$ 7350



$ 19635




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  NGO Goals



Samrakshan is a registered non-profit organisation working in India for sustainable livelihoods for forest dependent communities and ensuring a kinder world for non human animals.



The NGO has been successful in forming SHGs and they are functioning well. Many of them were certified by the State Bank of India to receive loans. Members of the SHG were taken on a site visit to West Garo Hills, where SHGs have been functioning for a long time under the guidance of NERCRMP. Samrakshan has been assigned one of the advisors to the Meghalaya Rural Development Society (MRDS), which more...



The NGO, Samrakshan Trust, was established in 1999 and works to promote sustainable livelihoods for forest dwelling communities. They are commited to integrating conservation and development initiatives in ways that give local communities a strong stake in protecting and regenerating their surrounding natural resource base. Through these initiatives, their footprint ranges from a semi-arid tropical ecosystem around the Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh, to a mountain ecosystem in villages located near the Balpakram National Park in the South Garo Hills district of Meghalaya to the tropical rainforests in Mizoram.

The aim of this project is to stop the migration towards the modern cash-crop cultivation, and bring back the traditional cultivation practices to the South Garo Hi more...




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