• Education
  • Health
  • Community Development
  • Environment

We support NGOs working directly with the economically backward to make education accessible and relevant to as many as possible. The education programmes are tailor-made to meet the needs of different groups.

  • Formal Education: We support programmes that provide formal education to the disadvantaged children in both urban and rural areas. Most of these children are first generation learners and come from economically weak and vulnerable backgrounds.
  • Non-Formal Education: We support various non-formal education projects which include early intervention programmes for children between 3 to 6 years; support programmes that help children in formal schools to cope with their studies in order to retain them in school; and bridge programmes for school drop-outs. We also support functional literacy and education programmes for the youth and young adults to help them cope effectively in society. These programmes are undertaken in particularly vulnerable locations like slum communities, near construction sites, semi-rural areas and tribal dwellings.
  • Vocational Training: We support programmes that aim at imparting skills to the youth and young adults so that they can gain access to employment opportunities.
  • Special Education: We support programmes which run special schools for physically and mentally challenged to help them lead an independent and productive life.

Socio-economic development and health are so closely intertwined that it is impossible to achieve one without the other. Therefore health cannot be looked at in isolation; it can be promoted only through a combination of efforts. We work to help communities to make informed and responsible decisions about health, seeking medical care when needed and participating in activities that help prevent illness. This is why Concern India Foundation extends assistance to:

  • Preventive Health Initiatives:

    Information on health and nutrition is imparted through various programmes, campaigns and posters for promoting health care to migrant workers, adolescent boys and girls, women and the aged.
    Efforts are made to create awareness regarding different diseases through workshops, community meetings and through group interventions.

    Young villagers are trained as grass-root workers or 'barefoot doctors' in order to make it easier for early intervention in the area of mother and child care and help in overcoming problems of infant mortality and malnutrition.

  • Curative Health Initiatives:

    Mobile medical vans and clinics are started in slum communities and in the interior rural settlements, to spread awareness, and make it possible for people to receive primary health care facilities at the earliest and close to their homes.

  • Rehabilitative Health Initiatives:

    Counseling and therapy is given to needy groups like the aged, victims of abuse and the differently abled, to ensure sound mental and physical health. This is carried out by counselors and trained personnel. Children and adults with mental / physical challenges are provided occupational therapy, physiotherapy, mobility aid etc.

  • Special Education:

    We support programmes which run special schools for physically and mentally challenged to help them lead an independent and productive life.

"Gorwani foundation" supports development oriented grass-root organizations who work on the issue of Community Development for the upliftment and empowerment of disadvantaged communities and vulnerable sections of society.

  • Communities are basically of two types:

    A Community that covers a fixed geographical area for e.g. a slum in a city, or a village in the rural area, or a tribal hamlet in the interiors of the state.

    A Community which is functional in nature. This means that it is a sizeable group of people who have common needs that require attention and which need to be addressed. For instance, the aged, persons affected and infected by HIV/AIDS, prisoners who need to be rehabilitated, mentally and physically challenged children and adults, unorganized construction workers, orphaned children of sex workers/ prisoners, women in distress, etc.

    The focus is to motivate communities to address important issues and find sustainable solutions to their problems. This is done through a varied range of projects. which provide financial sustainability through improved livelihood opportunities such as resource management, micro credit enterprises, forming self-help groups, legal assistance to women in distress, shelter and day care services for the aged, capacity building through trainings and awareness programs.

The key areas under the issue of Community Development are:

  • Awareness generation
  • Capacity building
  • Creating livelihood opportunities
  • Formation of self help groups
  • Natural resource management
  • Remedial service

Gorwani Foundation is committed to the cause of "Green and Sustainability" and increasing awareness around environment among society at large through its principal "Gorwani Builders" are green building initiative "Go Green Life"

Gorwani Builders is an ecologically sensitive company where every construction activity is monitored from a green perspective.

About "Go Green Life"

"Go Green Life" an initiative of Gorwani Builders revolves around the green building concept that aims at making eco friendly, sustainable, low consumption building that has the least impact on the environment.

Digital & Media Awareness
With more than 3000 Members/Fans on social media such as Facebook, "Go Green Life" is an ideal platform to share ideas and strengthen Gorwani Builders reputation as a leader in sustainability and Continue to inspire awareness about and appreciation for the Earth's environment.


Supporting various Global Forums, NGOs, etc

We spread awareness campaigns of various global NGO's such as WWF, UNEP etc supporting their various initiatives like Earth Hour to promote and encourage citizen across the world to adopt steps for a sustainable and eco-friendly environment.