Navajyothi, an NGO registered under the Societies Registration Act in 1976 by a group of individuals bound by a common concern for the poor and needy in rural areas and a desire to bring about sustainable socio-economic development to these disadvantaged segments of society. The project area was chosen in one village in one of the most backward areas of Medak district in Telangana. The project was well received by the communities and demand for such an intervention from surrounding villages led to expanding its operations to 106 villages. Navajyothi currently implements 20 development projects covering 15,000 families with 75,000 individual members in Medak and Karimnagar districts.
Navajyothi emphasizes a sustainable development model with active involvement of the target communities in all aspects of the project cycle, from conception to planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
Navajyothi acts as a catalyst in helping communities access various development programmes of the Government by community mobilization, awareness building, training on specific aspects and supporting development initiatives of other organizations. The organization is involved in multiple sectors relevant to rural development like progressive agriculture, environment protection, animal husbandry, microfinance, bank and market linkages as well as liaison with government departments.
With a deep understanding of grassroot level issues related to socio-economic development, vast expertise gained through nearly four decades of practical experience and a committed team, Navajyothi is a preferred implementation partner for the Government's various rural development projects as well as for international NGOs.