Joined April 2023
Working towards achieving quality education, Health, Livelihood for every underprivileged community, overall development of community making them responsible in remote tribal areas of Gajapathi,Odisha
Focus: Education, Labor & Employment, Livelihoods, Women's Rights
Keeping the objective of AASTHA for development of the society in the social sector, a group of social worker registered the organization under the Society Registration Act, 1860 and name as “AASTHA” having its headquarter at Bhubaneswar, Odisha. AASTHA is also registered under FCRA for receiving foreign funding and donation for the social development.
AASTHA was established in2004 in response to the needs of communities living in Odisha and also in response to the growing need for social responsibility of the NGO sector and within the Governments. The idea was to focus on, particularly in Natural Resources Management, wasteland development, micro watershed development, forestry & agro forestry, tank rehabilitation, health sector, livelihood, rural development, tribal development and so on. This was planned with a view to enhancing the capabilities and effectiveness of the existing programme. An important objective of AAASTHA was also to develop more effective interfacing between NGOs and GOs, especially those working in Social Sector. Since inception, AAASTHA is engaged in various developmental activities from creation of awareness to combat HIV/AIDS, health and nutrition, advocacy, governance, training and capacity building, community participation.
Our Vision is to be a progressive leader in social research, evaluation and to improve the way of health care, livelihood, education delivered to the Society.
To safely produce quality data that is accurate, timely and of the highest integrity.
To provide service that consistently exceeds our clients’
To continuously improve our performance by developing and implementing the latest
To achieve steady growth benefits our clients, our employees, and our organizations.
To serve the society by doing the work at each corner of the society.
AASTHA currently works in remote tribal and rural areas of Gajapati District in the state of Odisha,India