Helping some one to create their own livelihood is the best we can do to help them live a dignified life rather than making them dependent. Self respect is as important aspect of life that needs to be upheld at all times to be a responsible citizen of any nation. We at TGG Foundation is committed to transform the lives of people in rural areas by creating opportunities to develop activities that can ensure a sustainable revenue stream, based on their level of engagement and skills. We also offer skill based training and research support to develop value added products.
WAYANAD, KERALA, INDIA
TGG Foundation has been developing an organic farm at The Green Gardens near Edakkal Caves in Wayanad since 2014 to offer sustainable living practice & experience to those interested in gaining a first hand experience on sustainable living. TGG Farm has Tea garden, Robusta coffee plantation, Cocoa Plantation, Cardamom Plantation, Black pepper wines, Eucalyptus Citriodora, Avocados, Bananas, Mangos, Jackfruit, Passionfruit, Cloves, Cinnamon and nearly 32 different medical plants. It follows the Ethical Standards developed by TGG Foundation and is open for Responsible Humans to experience sustainability. It provides work opportunity to local community and a great platform to learn and practice sustainability in the lap of unspoiled nature.
MANDYA, KARNATAKA, INDIA
A group of women under the guidance of TGG Foundation has developed a self help group by the name Jeevanjyothi in Mandya district of Karnataka State. The group will start its operations on a rented premise and it will perform activities such as Food Processing, Packing and Dispatch. Jeevanjyothi-Mandya will also develop few products for Rural Tourism projects once they have established food processing activities. The Center will start its trial activities in the month of November and final production will start from 1st of December 2021. It will initially provide livelihood opportunities for 3 women. The Foundation will support them with machines by sharing its 70% cost and will also provide a revolving fund to procure raw materials. An estimated amount of Rs.4 Lakhs have been budgeted for this project by TGG Foundation.