Livelihood Promotion
Education & Child Labour
Safe Migration
Health & Nutrition
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Who We Are

AT-GRASSROOTS SOCIETY (ATG) is a not for profit organization which works on the most relevant issues of the most marginalized in a “Results Oriented Manner”. It is an initiative to strengthen the efforts and processes of Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and communities to bring socio-economic empowerment and hence creating sustainable opportunities for the excluded and marginalized communities.

Our Vision

“Ensuring economic and social development of excluded and marginalized communities through appropriate intervention that empowers the communities, with emphasis on the deprived and marginalized cross-section in the society”

Our Programmes

Key Projects

Enhancement of income of the mica collector communities

The project targets the mica dependant households in 10 villages of Koderma district. 

Enhance of quality of life of farmers and farm workers in Henna cultivation

Enhance quality of life for Henna farmer and farm workers in 5 villages in Sojat, Rajasthan.

Community Empowerment

The project is currently running in 10 villages in Koderma district of Jharkhand.

Our Partners

Our Stories of Changes

The ripple effect of ATGs projects in fighting child labour and making Jharkhi village child labour free

“Children are now regular in schools as compared to previous days, ATG kept their promises”, says School Headmasters.

From a Beneficiary to an Entrepreneur – Creating Model Farms

In Sonam Devi’s words- “I thank ATG for teaching me what we couldn’t do in our past as I earned beyond my expectation. And I feel that I could gain more income in agriculture than from mica.”,

Engage with us


ATG offers rewarding career opportunities in social development for professionals with an interest in the development sector.


We encourage and invite interested individuals as volunteers to take active participation in our organization work.


Be a part of our journey to bring change in lives of the most marginalized communities.