Developing source code of a Sustainable, Scalable, and Replicable model of Rural Development

HCL Samuday, established in 2014, is HCL Foundation's initiative to develop a sustainable, scalable, and replicable model – a source code for economic and social development of rural areas. This is at present being done by working in 765 villages from 164 Gram Panchayats of Uttar Pradesh across six sectors – Agriculture; Education; Health; Infrastructure; Livelihood; and Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH), in partnership with state government, village communities, NGOs, knowledge institutions and allied institutions. The project envisions to identify and also formulate suitable development models, for uplifting rural India holistically, through optimal interventions in selected villages across the above mentioned six sectors.

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