Bosco Gramin Vikas Kendra

A Project For People's Development

बॉस्को ग्रामीण विकास केंद्र

About Bosco Gramin Vikas Kendra

Bosco Gramin Vikas Kendra, (BGVK) was born in 1988, it was registered as Charitable Trust  (Society Reg. No. No. MH/ 2835/ Ahmednagar dt.4 January 1994 and No.  F – 2657/ Ahmednagar dt. 13th March 1994).


Walking together to the new horizon to uplift the rural community.


To enhance the capacities of the communities to secure their livelihoods in a sustainable manner, through integrated development programmes.


Dear Friends,

We (Bosco Gramin Vikas Kendra) would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for your generous support during our water campaign 2024. Your contributions have profoundly impacted thousands of lives in drought-affected villages of Ahmednagar and Beed districts.

Through your kindness and compassion, we were able to provide 35,74,500 liters of clean drinking water to 19 villages, quenching thirst and bringing relief and hope to communities grappling with severe water crisis.

As we conclude the campaign, we want you to know that your contributions have left an evident mark on the lives of those you have helped. The smiles on their faces, the gratitude in their eyes, and the renewed hope in their hearts are a testament to the impact you have made. 

More details of the campaign will be shared with you in the form of a report shortly. We are forever grateful for your partnership in this noble cause.

God bless you!!!

Water Campaign 2024 - Completion Report.pdf

Water Campaign 2024

Sustaining Hope: Delivering potable water to the drought stricken communities of Ahmednagar

Water Campaign 24.pdf

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India – A Dream Called Water: Ankita Shelke

(ANS – Ahmednagar) – For most people, dreams involve aspirations of wealth, success, freedom or luxury. But what of the hinterlands of Maharashtra, where for generations villagers wake up to a new day aspiring for the most basic singular to existence itself - water?

As the summer sun bakes the parched earth, Bhamabai, a 53-year-old who lives in a mountainous village in Ahmednagar, sets out on an odyssey now cruelly familiar to her weathered feet. She walks and walks to a solitary hand pump still clinging to muddy traces of life-giving water five kilometres downhill, across a landscape crusted with the despair of drought.


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