About Us

About GVM

Gramya Vikash Mancha (GVM) is a non-profit organization working with the excluded Section of society in rural areas of Assam with a vision “To create a peaceful, Prosperous, egalitarian and exploitation free society in every village”. The organization has been working with a mission “to empower rural community, particularly underprivileged and women to take control over social institutions, thereby create a society where these people can live with dignity. This is being achieved through creating opportunities for gainful self employment, enhancing social justice, peace, progress and sense of brotherhood.”

GVM was registered under Society registration Act XXI of 1860 on the 14th day of September, 2000 in Guwahati. Besides, the organization has Registration under FCRA, 1976 and has of all legal formalities under Income tax Act, 1961. Main supporting agencies of the organization are, Sir Dorabji Tata Trust, Sir Jamsetji Tata Trust, Actionaid India, National Foundation for India, National Council of Rural Institute, Child rights and You, MoRD, NABARD, UNICEF, IGSSS, FADV, NEDFi etc. The organization has been actively working in Nalbari, Kamrup, Barpeta and Baksa district of Assam.

Value and Belief of GVM

  • Transparency, accountability and courtesy
  • Prompt and professional service.
  • Dedication and devotion to services.
  • Respect the dignity of each individual.
  • Encourage and foster creativity and innovation.

  • Avoid all discrimination.
  • Self discipline and self restraint.
  • Seek excellence in all activities.
  • Environmental concern.
  • Sustainability.

Our Resources

Full time volunteers: 125 nos.

Part time volunteers: 347 nos.

Technical / Professional Consultants: 12 nos.

Fully equipped Disaster Response Team and High Tech tools

Conference Hall.

Guest House


Our Network

GVM is actively associated with different regional, national and international network of civil society, working for creating opportunities for gainful self employment, ensuring sustainable livelihood among excluded section of society, enhancing human rights, social justice, sense of brotherhood, peace and progress in society, influencing decision makers and different stakeholders for adopting and executing pro-poorer policies and initiatives.