Our Reach

Browse this section to know about our initiatives that empower the lives of local communities around where we operate. Our key focus areas Education, Community Health, Rural Infrastructure and Sustainable Livelihood.

Select a location in the page below to know more about of initiatives in respective focus areas in that area. 

Project SuPoshan

Malnutrition and Anaemia are two major concerns for our developing nation. A total of 48% of or 54 million children under 5 years are stunted, while 69.5% children below 5 years suffer from Anaemia. The level of anaemia among adolescent girls and women are 55.8% and 55.3%, respectively. Further, the level of Anaemia among pregnant women is almost 58.7%.


SuPoshan aims to reduce malnutrition amongst children by 95% and anaemia amongst adolescent girls & women by 70% in villages during the next three years. The project SuPoshan targets to employ community based approach to address above two issues in about 1,200 villages across India at 14 locations. The project has three pronged strategy i.e. promoting awareness, building institutional capacity and knowledge-base in form of Sangini and networking with existing government schemes.


Post commencing in May 2016, SuPoshan has incorporated 400 Sanginis and trained them on the subject. After the baseline survey, the project is now focusing on treatment of SAM (Severe Acute Malnutrition) children through government schemes of Child Nutrition Centre.


Visit website: www.suposhan.in

Adani Surguja Football Academy

The Surguja Football Academy which started in 2013-14 in association with Surguja & Chhattisgarh State Football Association has already produced 17 players who got selected for our national football team and 6 others, who played for the coveted Subroto Cup. A total of 50 talented local youngsters who are in the age group of 10-14 years & 15-17 years, from entire Surguja, are currently undergoing systematic residential training program in the academy. Recently Master Bal Sai of Adani Surguja Football Academy (ASFA), who had made it to Subroto Cup, represented India in the International Dana Cup 2016 at Denmark in the Under -14 category. Groomed by ASFAs, Master Bal Sai proved his mettle by scoring a hat trick against the Norway Football team. 

Adani Schools

Adani DAV Public School provides subsidized quality education to 342 students from the nearby communities of Bhadrak District of Odisha. The school's G+2 building has a built- up area of 3,501 m spread across a campus of more than 5 acres. It is equipped with 16modern classrooms, two libraries, science and computer labs, an audio visual room as well as facilities to promote sports and creative activities. This international standard school is run by the Adani Foundation in collaboration with the DAV College Trust.


Adani Vidyalayas

Adani Vidyalayas offer subsidised quality education to children from the surrounding communities of Tirora in Maharashtra and Kawai in Rajasthan. The schools are focused on quality teaching and learning and also regularly conduct a number of curricular and co-curricular activities along with various

exhibitions for the overall development of the students. A total of around 220 students are studying in these schools.


Navchetan Vidyalaya


The aim of the Navchetan Vidyalaya situated at Junagam in Hazira, Gujarat, is to provide subsidized high-quality education to the children from nearby rural areas. To promote education amongst the regional populace, the school provides free food and academic material support such as uniforms, notebooks, workbooks, textbooks and stationery to the students. The school is well-equipped with smart classrooms and houses all facilities required for holistic development of its 304 students.

Disha is a career guidance program where direction is given to the students while choosing their career. The program aims to help students in keeping the pace with the changing world by informing them about newer & broader opportunities which are already available and other which would emerge in coming future.

Disha career talk is delivered at Hazira, Gujarat for all students from class 9th-to-12th and an aptitude test is conducted for students of class 10th & 12th. 

Disha Project works with the students of 9th – 12th standard at Mundra, Gujarat. A career talk is given to the students which includes a video showing various career options after 10th standard and after each stream i.e arts, commerce and science. After the career talk is delivered, a psychometric test is undertaken with the help of the software exclusively designed to test the abilities of the students in Numerical, Mechanical, Verbal, Spatial, Clerical, Reasoning.


 On the basis of the answers given by the students with the help of remotes, result is generated and three suitable careers are suggested to students on the basis of three parameters:Interest, personality & ability.


Apart from Disha, the Foundation also carries out Educational Vocational Guidance Fair (EVGF) with an objective to benefit those students who study outside the Mundra block and thus three EVGF have been conducted at Bhuj, Rapar and Nkhatrana villages of the region.  The fair is divided in two parts - In the first part, the students are given a career talk by the staff members of Adani Foundation and thereafter the students go through 42 career charts that form part of the career exhibition. Later, a psychometric test of the students is taken and along with the results a booklet is given to them for future reference. 

Choosing the right career is extremely important for the students to build a bright future. Adani Foundation conducted the first phase of Disha project “Career guidance programme” in all 13 secondary & Sr. secondary schools of Kawai, Rajasthan. As many as 1900 students from class 9th to 12th benefited from the programme. The programme is now running successfully and apart from guidance, booklets & other useful material are also provided to all students.

Early Childhood Education

Adani Foundation runs Balwadis in labour colonies and the fisher-folk region to provide nutrition and impart pre-school education to children in the age group of 2.5 to 5 years. Adani Foundation also supports upgrading the services of Aanganwadis to a desirable level for a child’s overall Psycho-Social Development.  A joyful learning environment is also provided in the form of “Building as Learning Aid” (BaLA), developing appropriate sanitation and hygiene through safe drinking water and providing supplementary nutrition to Aanganwadis, Kishori/adolescent girls and women in Anganwadis across all the sites.

Early Childhood Education

A Balwadi for the kids of age 2.5 to 5 years has been constructed at Zarpara and several others have been upgraded in Juna Bandar, Luni Bandar and Bavadi Bandar in Mundra, Gujarat. Balwadis for the kids of fisher-folk community have been built to inculcate a sense of awareness about health, hygiene, cleanliness, discipline, regularity and importance of education at an early age for the children and especially among their parents. More than 140 children avail benefits from Balwadis every year.

Early Childhood Education

Various activities have been initiated in Kawai, Rajasthan for the development of laborers’ children of the region & providing them better future prospects. Various activities such as health checkups, uniform and sweater distribution are carried out regularly. Important events like children’s day and republic day are also celebrated along with the children. Learning has been made fun with drawing, poem recitation, and storytelling & plays, for the holistic development of Balwadi children.

Early Childhood Education

Learning is always a fun and to develop this attitude especially in the govt. school students, the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) has come up with BaLA i.e. Building as Learning Aid. The activities in Hazira, Gujarat, are planned in such a way that each student as well as teachers is  involved in the activity. The first phase is all about coloring their schools and walls with the pictures of Computer, Solar-System etc. and the next phase is about how we can make those pictures alive which would help students in enhancing their capabilities of exploring things which are present around them not only on the walls but also outside their classrooms.

Early Childhood Education

In order to engage children of Dahej, Gujarat, in the learning process, the activities are planned in such a way that each student and school teachers get involved in the entire activity. The idea is first to make the school building as the learning aid for the child. The buildings are painted with colorful pictures which focus on improving the child’s learning through attracting them towards different forms of designs, pictures and colors used. The paintings themselves give a holistic view of the learning to the children in their class.  Further, an amount of Rs. 9000 per annum is also provided for each child, from Standard I to XII for upto 2 children per family.

Project Udaan

Till date, the Project Udaan has reached out to around 2.5 Lac students covering 3000 institutions nationally.


Science on Wheels

The objective of this project is to take Science and Maths in a fun and friendly manner to the primary schools. The van filled with science models visits a primary school and stays there for a day. In the first half of the day, students from 5th to 8th standard are explained about the various models of science ranging from the models of human body, human brain and models of physics as well as chemistry. In the second half of the day, the students participate in hands on activity and Maths Fair. In hands on Activity, the students are divided into groups and are given working models like wind mill, racer, etc. in a jumbled form. They arrange the models and set them working. In Maths Fair, different activities and games are set up in which students participate and learn the concepts of mathematics in a fun and friendly manner. 


Science on wheels have covered 7472 students from 80 schools.


Science on Wheels

“Science on Wheel” project came with an objective to reach out to the students of rural India and to give them the opportunity to learn the basics of science through science models, games, hands on activities, experimentation etc. The Foundation started this project with a hope that early intervention would help students in expanding their knowledge content by creating their own knowledge by experimenting with the things present around them. “Trial & Error method” is the best way of creating new and self-knowledge which will provide students with the opportunities to grow. A total of 766 Students from 7 Schools have benefitted from this programme.

Science on Wheels

Over 10000 students of 25 schools in Port periphery and railway corridor villages have been covered through Mobile Science Exhibition Programme. Apart from the exhibition, various experiments on general science are carried out for the students at the schools.

Support to Government Schools

Navodaya Vidyalaya


Adani Foundation strongly believes that children with special talent or aptitude should be provided with opportunities to proceed at a faster pace, by making good quality education available to them, irrespective of their capacity to pay for it. The Navodaya Vidyalaya is a unique experiment in the annals of school education in India and elsewhere. Its significance lies in the selection of talented rural children as the target group and the attempt to provide them with quality education comparable to the best in a residential school system. Hence, the prime objective of Adani Foundation in supporting the children of Navodaya School at Tiroda, Maharashtra has always been focusing on facilitating quality modern education to the talented children predominantly from the rural areas, regardless of their family’s socio economic conditions and ensuring that all potential students get quality education through coaching.

Support to Government Schools

E-Learning Support


In the year 2014-15, E-Learning software was installed in twenty pilot schools of Tiroda, Maharashtra by Adani Foundation. The e-learning which is a complete package of software and hardware has been proven as an efficient learning tool for teachers as well as students. During the impact assessment of the five units installed, it was found that students liked the e-learning programme and found it very useful. They also shared that their learning abilities have increased considerably which was proven by the increased marks in the subjects year by year.




Name of the School

School Strength (2018-19)

Gunotsav Score




Zarapra Kanya School





Zarapra Kumar School





Zarapra Primary School No. 1





Zarapra Primary School No. 2





Zarapra Primary School No. 3





Zarapra Primary School No. 4





 Valsarabela Primary School





Ramji Vadi Primary School





Kamandhpur Primary School





Dhrab Primary School




Nana Kapaya

Nana Kapaya Primary School




Nana Kapaya

Panchatanpeer vadi Primary School




Nana Kapaya

Nana Kapaya Vadi Primary School





Navinal Primary School





Shiracha Primary School





Tunda Primary School




Tunda Vandh

Vandh Primary School




The future of India depends upon the quality of education imparted to our children.  Adani Foundation supplements the efforts of government with the pilot project called UTTHAN. The project has been launched on July 2018 for the 17 government Primary schools at Mundra taluka of Kutch district.


Accordingly, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the District Primary Education Officer of Kutch and Adani Foundation on July 12, 2018 for the long term duration.


Following major activities has been undertaken by Adani Foundation for improving the quality of teaching and learning in all 17 schools during last academic year(2018-19).

By the Project Utthan Adani Foundation seeks to facilitate:

  • Focus on ‘Priya’ students and monitor their progress regularly.
  • Focus on Teachers’ capacity building so that they use child-centred teaching approaches in well-managed classrooms using technology as a tool. 
  • Introduction of English as a third language from I – IV standards.
  • Make learning joyful, children ready to participate and learn with support from their families and communities. 
  • Facilitate an environment that is healthy, safe and provide adequate resources and facilities. 
  • Strengthen the curriculum to provide basic skills, especially in the areas of literacy, numeracy and skills for life. 


Project Udaan

Udaan is a project inspired by the life-changing story of Mr.  Gautam Adani, the Chairman of the Adani Group. As a kid, Mr. Adani had visited the Kandla port, Gujarat and after looking at the expanse of the port, he dreamt of having his own port one day. The rest is history.

Adani Vidya Mandirs

Replicating the successful Adani Vidya Mandir (AVM) school model, AVM Surguja was established in 2013. AVM-S provides facilities for the overall physical, mental and intellectual development of the students. All academic and non-academic facilities are provided free of cost to the students. In the current academic year, the student strength is 561.

Adani Vidya Mandirs

Adani Vidya Mandir, a unique Gujarati medium school was started in June 2012 at Bhadreshwar village of Mundra in Gujarat. The objective is to provide free education to children of fisher-folk community and economically challenged families. The Foundation provides nutritious food to the pupils including breakfast, lunch and snacks every day. Special care is taken towards high quality education and overall development of the children. The children are groomed to go back to their families and communities and be the agents of change.


In the current academic year, Adani Vidya Mandir has become a school providing education from 1st to 10th standard, with a total strength of 387 students. Remedial classes are also organised at the school which is additional coaching for newly enrolled students to help them cope up with new syllabus. 


In all the AVMs, evaluation for the students’ performance are  conducted at regular intervals based on the following parameters :  Ability of understanding, interest area, writing, cleanliness, extra-curricular activities, reading ability, subject-wise performance, attendance, creative ability, team work ability and leadership ability.  Regular training, workshops and presentation sessions are organized for capacity building of the teachers as well.


Swachhagraha has been launched by Adani Act in association with CEE as knowledge partner, during April 2016.


Swachhagraha is inspired by one of the largest mass movements - 'Satyagraha' that changed the fate of the country. Satyagraha catalysed action, by winning over people's hearts through tremendous patience and perseverance, instilling in the Indian mind, dignity and self-respect. It was a freedom movement of the people, by the people and for the people. Mahatma Gandhi, who conceptualized Satyagraha, was a staunch believer of the importance of sanitation and cleanliness of surroundings in day to day life. He once said, "If we do not keep our backyards clean our Swaraj will have a foul stench." 


The Project draws inspiration from Satyagraha movement in terms of engaging people and bringing about change similar in scale to India's freedom movement where people get involved to take action for 'creating a culture of cleanliness'. With a quest to fight against filth and cure the litterbug in all of us, Swachhagraha also takes the Swaccha Bharat Abhiyaan a step further and aims to ensure that India remains litter free beyond 2019 and forever. It is a movement of achieving and maintaining the state of Cleanliness in form of a culture and not a one-time activity.


For more details please visit http://www.swachhagraha.org/

Adani Schools

Adani Public School formally known as Adani DAV Public School is an English medium, co-educational school managed by Adani Foundation, which started functioning in June, 2001 as a project school in Nana Kapaya village near Mundra, Gujarat. Affiliated to CBSE, Adani Public School is a K-12 school and provides Science and Commerce stream in Senior Secondary Examination. The school has been rewarded with the prestigious ISA -International School Award conferred by the British Council.

Adani Schools

At Adani Public School, one finds a learning environment that is student-friendly, stress-free, yet intellectually challenging so that children spend the best years of their lives fruitfully. The school encourages individuals to learn, unlearn and relearn.

Project Udaan

Udaan is a learning based initiative focused on the youth coming from various schools/colleges across the state of Gujarat. Under this project, an exposure tour is organized wherein students are given a chance to visit the Adani Port, Adani Power & Adani Wilmar facilities at the Mundra site, to get an insight into the large scale business activities carried out there. The major objective behind organizing such trips is to encourage young minds to develop an interest in all sorts of enterprises, and to encourage them to dream big in life. Adani Foundation believes that young students when given exposure; it helps them understand their own potential and get motivated to work towards the same.

Support to Government Schools

Adani Foundation is working towards improving the quality of education in Government schools by taking up various initiatives like Education Volunteers, Meena Communicative Initiatives with guidance from UNICEF, Activities to promote girl child education, Educational tours like Project Udaan and Teachers’ training and motivational programs.  Foundation is also carrying out supportive activities like Coaching for dropout’s students and supporting events like Khel Mahakumbh/Sports Competitions, Maths/Science Fairs, National Days, World Environment Day, Talent Hunt programs etc.


Adani Foundation is also supporting in creation of Reading Corners and Health corners for the benefit of the government school students along with Multi-Grade, Multi-Level Teaching and Learning Material Kit and support in form of Laboratory Equipment provision, School Uniforms & Bags distribution during enrolment drives, bicycles to girl students and Science Kits & Drawing Kits provision for students.

Adani Vidya Mandirs

Intended to provide quality education to meritorious students coming from underprivileged backgrounds, Adani Vidya Mandir, Ahmedabad was established in the year 2008. AVM is a CBSE affiliated English medium school and is the first of its kind initiative. The School provides “Free of Cost” quality education to meritorious kids with weaker socio-economic backgrounds. Apart from the best in class academics, AVM also provides these young meritorious students with free of cost transportation, uniform, textbooks, notebooks, breakfast, lunch and refreshments. Presently, Adani Vidya Mandir, Ahmedabad is empowering around 995 meritorious students up to 12th grade. Having nurtured exemplary students like Ms. Rinku Rajpal, Contractor Manthan B V C, Master Talaviya Yagnik,  and many more, AVM-Ahmedabad is surely making impact in the communities.


Further, owing to the success of AVM Ahmedabad, the Foundation has replicated a similar model in two other places.

Health Camps

Facilitating Community Health initiatives for the rural and remote populace in Kamuthi, Tamil Nadu, the Foundation conducts Health Camps under Project ' Ahas - Doctor on Wheels' at regular intervals. This is to meet the specific needs of the community and deliver medical services in the remote locations of the vicinity area. Around 950 villagers including adult and children have been given free of cost treatment and medicine under these medical Camps.

Health Camps

Mundra block of Kutch district in Gujarat is situated on the coastline. Due to salinity and TDS being high in water, occurrence of Kidney stone is higher too. As a solution to this situation in question, the Foundation has started a project for Kidney stone diagnosis and treatment. In this regard, Adani Foundation organizes camps and offers services for diagnosis, treatment, operation and medicines to the patients of Mundra block suffering from urinary stone. A project for patients, who needs dialysis, has also been initiated so that poor patients can receive the treatment at concessional rates in the nearby, well-equipped hospitals. The main objective of providing dialysis treatment is to help the extremely poor and needy patients live a healthy life.

Health Camps

Realizing the dire statistics of the youths getting addictive, a de-addiction camp has been organized at Hazira, Gujarat, under which various activities have been carried out.


  • Poster Exhibition: As part of our initiative “Healthy Hazira Wealthy Hazira” Adani Foundation designed 75 posters on de-addiction. A total of 3025 youth of the community participated in the event.
  • Street-Play on de-addiction: It was completely an awareness program targeting community at large especially youth.  Ten students from class 9 & 11 of Navchetan Vidhyalay- Junagam participated in street plays. Total 3500 villagers were impacted through this initiative.
  • Rehabilitation: Youths from villages of the region who were addicted have been sent to Parivartan Trust for Rehabilitation. 

Health Camps

De-addiction awareness programmes have been conducted in 12 villages of Tiroda, Maharashtra. The objective of this programme has been to create awareness among villagers about the problem of addiction, motivate villagers for aborting addiction and create awareness about the impact of addiction.  Street plays have also been performed in villages to create awareness amongst villagers.

Mobile Health Care Unit

To increase the availability of quality health care services to the remote villages, the Foundation runs two Mobile Health Care Units (MHCU) covering 34 Villages and 05 Fisherman settlements. As many as 113 types of medicines are available in it. During 2016-17, total 46,000 patients were provided with free Health Care Services by MHCUs.

Mobile Health Care Unit

The Medical Health Care Unit (MHCU) is an initiative by Adani Foundation having tied up with Help-Age India for the same. This initiative comprises a MHCU which has an MBBS Doctor, Pharmacist, a Social Protection Officer and a Driver. This team travels all day in the MHCU at villages and provides free of cost medical check-ups and treatment to all community people. The MHCU has complete set of listed medicines and they travel across sites based on fixed weekly routine. The initiative was started in December’ 14 and more than 42,000 patients have been treated so far.

Mobile Health Care Unit

Adani Foundation tied up with Help-Age India for providing health care services in 50 villages and around Tirora Nagar Parishad area. The Mobile Health Care Unit (MHCU) visits 50 locations at a defined time and place on weekly basis. The MHCU consists of a doctor, a pharmacist, a social protection officer and a driver. The patients are treated and free of cost medicines are provided to the patients. More than 44,000 patients were treated during the year 2016-17.

Mobile Health Care Unit

Adani Foundation Kawai started a Mobile Health Care Unit (MHCU) service in all 29 villages of surrounding area. Free of cost medical treatment & medicines are provided to the people at their door step. A total of 34,000 patients have been benefited through this initiative. The MHCU also provides service of special home visit/treatment for weak & elderly patients, awareness talk, prevention & guidance about epidemic/seasonal diseases.

Mobile Health Care Unit

Adani Foundation Sainj is running its Mobile Health Care Unit as well as a health center at Sainj for successful seventh year. During this financial year 2016-17, Adani Foundation Sainj has visited 33 villages through the Mobile Health Care Unit and treated & reviewed 7,126 patients. Another 404 patients have been treated at the Health Centre at Sainj.

Mobile Health Care Unit

Nearly 26,000 community patients were treated at the DPCL Community Health Centre. Free of cost medicines were distributed and ambulance services were provided in emergency needs during 2016-17.

Rural Clinics

Adani Foundation ensures outreach services by setting up rural clinics. A total of 12 rural clinics are functional at 12 villages of Mundra Taluka, Gujarat.

Rural Clinics

There is one full-fledged Rural Clinic at Sainj, Himachal Pradesh which has qualified Medical Officers. 

Rural Clinics

A medical dispensary is situated at Shivnagar village, Surguja, Chhattisgarh with a team of 2 Doctors, 1 Physiotherapist, Lab Technician, Pharmacist, Aaya & helper. The dispensary has facilities for OPD, primary treatment & referral for indoor treatment.

Senior Citizen Health Card

In order to address health care issues related to ageing, Adani Foundation launched a pilot project called ‘Health card to senior citizens – Adani Vadil Swasthya Yojna’, at Mundra.  Under this programme, the individuals aged 60 years and above irrespective of their socio-economic conditions were to be benefitted. Learning from the pilot, now senior citizens are being issued a Health Card with the purpose of providing adequate and timely treatment in two categories. The families consisting of aged ones with a yearly income of Rs. 2 lacs or more get a Blue Card. The Blue Card holders can avail diagnosis and treatment at a relieving rate at the Adani Hospital, Mundra. Families with a yearly income of less than Rs. 2 lacs can get a Green Card. In Green Card, the aged people get free of cost treatment for illness at Adani Hospital, Mundra up to a limit of Rs. 50,000/- within a period of 3 years.

Mobile Health Care Unit

The Foundation operates Mobile Health Care Units (MHCU), providing on-the-spot medical assistance that can be provided to the patients where medical facility is not available.

Mobile Health Care Unit

This program  successfully runs at Mundra (Gujarat) covering several villages and fisher folk  vasahats,  Sainj (Himachal Pradesh) covering more than 30 villages, Tiroda (Maharashtra) covering around 50 villages, and villages of  Kawai (Rajasthan). At present, Adani Foundation has seven Mobile Health Care Units (MHCUs) across the nation which attends to 25,000 patients per month and 3.0 Lac people a year on an average.

Gujarat Adani Institute of Medical Sciences (GAIMS)

GAIMS is the first medical college, based on the Public-Private Partnership model, in the medical education sector. Spread across a sprawling area of 27 acres, it offers MBBS and PG courses in almost all clinical branches. It has a strength of 900 students and interns.Situated in the centre of Bhuj, GAIMS – GKG Hospital is the biggest hospital in the largest district of India. This 750 bedded hospital has state-of-the-art infrastructure and medical facilities to offer free of cost healthcare to the poor people in the region.

Gujarat Adani Institute of Medical Sciences (GAIMS)

An average of 1,500 patients are attended to and 40 surgeries conducted at GAIMS - GKG Hospital every day

Health Camps

Various health camps are organized at regular intervals which are seasonal/need-based to meet the specific needs of the community and to deliver medical services to remote areas. The camps also provide for timely referral services to the patients for further or specialized care. A total of 20,000 patients are treated at the camps every year on an average.

Health Camps

  • General: This is a screening camp organised regularly as per the route map planned in coordination with the village health committees.
  • Gynaecological care: Considering the poor state of women’s health in rural areas, gynaecological camps are organised to encourage women to seek medical aid for their reproductive health and well-being. Adequate pre-camp activities like IEC activities, involving the grassroot level functionaries like the MPWs, community mobilisers, school teachers, Anganwadi and Female Health Workers are undertaken. Services are sought from practicing women gynaecologists to encourage women to discuss their problems. Couples counselling, adolescent girls training, and other educational activities are also undertaken.
  • Cataract detection: Eye check-up and cataract detection facility is also provided to the rural populace for early detection and referral services thereafter and support for surgery if needed.
  • HIV/AIDS–awareness & testing camp: Creating awareness by providing information about HIV/AIDS and other communicable diseases to the vulnerable population of truckers and single male migrant laborers, pregnant women, persons suffering from addiction of alcohol, tobacco, smoking etc. testing camps are organized.
  • Blood donation: To promote the concept of voluntary blood donation and seek participation of people and to remove myths surrounding the activity, camps are organized.
  • Specialty & Multi-specialty camps:  In addition to the above mentioned camps, the Foundation also holds Specialty & Multi-specialty camps, where specialist doctors of various branches assemble, benefitting a lot of patients. Due information is made available in advance, so that maximum number of patients benefit.
  • Financial aid for urban & rural poor patients for chronic and severe illness: Adani Foundation provides medical assistance for major diseases like, neurological problems, heart problems, kidney problems, stroke and paralysis, cancer etc. to the people from the disadvantaged and economically weak sections of society. Financial help is extended for treatment requiring surgery, dialysis, and hospitalisation. The Foundation has tied up with the chemists to provide medicines to the patients free of cost. Under the Swasthya Sahayata Scheme, medical assistance is provided to the Adani employees from lower cadres.
  • Health awareness programs: The community outreach programmes are undertaken by conducting health awareness campaigns to make people aware about their role in the prevention of several diseases and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Rural Clinics

The Rural Clinics of Adani Foundation at various location provided timely services to around 72,000 patients every year on an average.

Senior Citizen Health Card

To help the senior citizens with their health care requirements and timely help, a special Senior Citizen Health Card Scheme has been initiated by the Foundation.

The Foundation has undertaken this initiative to address the needs of the senior citizens, who are usually ignored by society. They face difficulty in treatment  for  want of financial, social and moral support. After conducting a routine health check-up, a health card is issued to the senior citizens. Whenever they are in need of medical treatment, they can access cashless treatment in any of the 14 empanelled hospitals to an extent of Rs. 50,000 over a period of 3 years. If the treatment is obtained in any other hospital, the hospital expenses are reimbursed to an extent of Rs. 50,000. Special outreach services are provided by organising medical camps.  Special provisions are made for the sick and infirm so that they can reach the health camp or avail the medical services at their home. A total of 7500  Health Cards have been provided to senior Citizens in 65 Villages till date with Rs. 200.00 Plus lacs worth services every year.  Besides, a total of 9000 yearly transactions happen in a year through OPD/IPD at Adani Hospitals.

Other Village Development Projects

Adani Foundation assisted by providing support in the repairing of 150 avas at Jageshwar which were in dilapidated condition. The Navinagri vasahat of Lakhigam had severe issue of water logging in the houses as well. Adani Foundation restored and repaired 78 houses and constructed 10 houses benefiting 88 families. Similarly, at Lakhigam 27 houses were reconstructed /repaired benefitting 27 families. At Luvara, 18 houses were reconstructed /repaired benefitting 18 families.  Community Hall at Ambheta was constructed to facilitate social activities of the community. Solar street lights were installed in Jageshwar village, Rukhneshwar Mahadev temple, Lakhbava place and Lakhigam village for safety of the people at night. The popular religious place –Lakhabava  at Lakhigam was also upgraded benefitting large number of population visiting the place. Besides, the facilities at Crematorium were improved at Lakhigam and Suva. Apart from the supply and lying of 1500 RMT pipeline, the Gram panchayat building at Suva village has also been constructed. Supply and fixing paver block at Rukhneshwar Mahadev temple, Lakhigam.

Building Infrastructure for Health

The Foundation constructed a Medical Centre at Wandi Village to upgrade rural clinics. The village has population of fisher-folk community.


The Foundation works to complement the community led Sanitation Campaign, which now aligns with Swachha Bharat Abhiyan. To make the program people centric, the Foundation helps in increasing hygiene related awareness amongst the communities, encourages people to prevent open defecation and mobilises the villagers towards achieving ‘Nirmal Gam’- Spotless Village status.   The aim is to help people achieve 100% Open Defecation Free (ODF) in their villages.  Aiding 26 villages in getting 100% household toilet coverage, the Foundation has constructed household toilets. Further. to create clean and hygienic environment, the Foundation in association with WASMO has   developed   drainage systems including pipeline network and sewage treatment plants for 16 villages of Mundra Taluka.

Building Infrastructure for Health

Adani Foundation has constructed sanitation blocks at Damka halpativas and Hazira.

Building Infrastructure for Health

Adani Foundation has constructed toilet units in 7   Schools of 6 villages in the region.

Building Infrastructure for Health

Kawai Health Centre treats more than 250 OPD / day but there was a serious shortage of basic facilities. Considering severs requirement issue, Adani Foundation initiated renovation of Community Health Center (CHC) & constructed 20 bed capacity wards with furniture & necessary equipment’s. Further, to resolve the issue of Girls’ toilet at Jawahar Nayoday Vidialya, Atru, toilet blocks have been constructed especially for girl students.

Building Infrastructure for Health

Poor practices of sanitation (mainly open defecation) & water (handling & usage) increase various types of illnesses. In order to improve sanitation facility, around 454 toilets have been constructed in a few villages of the region, benefiting 2403 people.

There was a need and demand for a playground in Chhippabard. Adani Foundation took up the construction work of the playground considering its utilization and future scope. Providing a platform with better infrastructure facility to local talent, state & national level tournaments are also organized now on this ground. Adani Foundation has also contributed significantly in development of the popular Baran Public Park which is utilized immensely by the dwellers. Additionally, the  Foundation  has constructed  CC road  at Bamori village  and minor  bridge  at Aton  to  facilitate  rural  local transportation.

Clean & Pure Drinking Water

Potable drinking water is the one of the basic amenities one needs access to. The source of water for villages in the region has high TDS. Considering the need and the situation, Adani Foundation initiated providing RO Plants at in villages. The first plant with 1000 lit/hour was installed at Vadala village. The plant is managed by beneficiaries and provides 6000 lit per day safe drinking water. Apart from this, considering the requirements to facilitate drinking water supply system, overhead tank and underground pump have also been developed at selected places.

Clean & Pure Drinking Water

To facilitate water supply system, ESR at Junagam & Rajgari and UGR at Junagam and Vaswa were constructed. Adani Foundation has also provided RO water facility at Icchapore village of Hazira region.

Clean & Pure Drinking Water

Adani Foundation has drilled 95 No. of Bore well and installed pumps to make drinking water available to village community. Further, to resolve drinking water availability in schools. Adani Foundation has facilitated drilling of 26 wells, installation of hand pumps and overhead tanks. This has benefited 3216 children from 36 schools.

Clean & Pure Drinking Water

Providing potable drinking water to adjoining Ambedkar Basti, Salpura, two tankers per day have been provided by the Foundation. Since 2011, supply of drinking water has started off which benefits around 250 household every day. The Foundation has also established Borewell/ Hand pump with unique pressure pump system in vicinity villages as well as in schools for solve drinking water problem.

Clean & Pure Drinking Water

With a quest to provide safe drinking water to communities in and around our project zone in Udupi, a safe drinking water unit on RO technology catering to around 4544 people has been set up at 5 places. The capacity of installed RO plant is purifying 1000 litres of water per hour and the storage capacity is 5000 litres. 

Clean & Pure Drinking Water

Parsa village is wide spread and source of water is major concern. Installation of hand pumps were needed to provide drinking water to people in the proximity. The Foundation, has therefore, facilitated the community by drilling a total of additional 12 hand pumps in the region. Besides, tap water facility is also being provided at Parsa village. In project area, a total of 42 hand pumps are installed so far.  All hand pumps (Public or private) are maintained and repaired by Adani Foundation. At Kente village, water facility is provided through water tankers.

Creating Better Infrastructure for Education

Adani Foundation has developed infrastructure measuring 2464 Smt for Adani Vidya Mandir, a English Medium school on 2.0 Ac plot near Bhadreshwar for children of underprivileged rural families including fisher-folks. In a pursuit to upgrade and provide adequate infrastructure in existing schools, Adani Foundation has assisted and   constructed assembly halls, prayer hall, classrooms, computer labs, space for mid-day meal, playground, school walls etc. Assistance is   provided in up-grading drinking water facility and sanitation in schools. Further, many children have been benefitted by construction of New School buildings at Tunda and Nana Kapaya. 

Creating Better Infrastructure for Education

Adani Foundation to improve the infrastructure of primary schools assisted renovation works in primary schools of Jageshwar, Luvara and Lakhigam. Adani Foundation has also constructed two new buildings for Aanganwadis in Dahej and Navinagri-Lakhigam.

Creating Better Infrastructure for Education

The Foundation has assisted in various renovation   works of school   including   toilet facility   at Hazira and Damka. For, Navchetan school –Junagam, additional infrastructure was constructed for entire primary section. Mid-Day meal shed and separate toilet blocks were added to facilitate children. At, Prathmik Shala-Vansawa and Prathmik Shala-Barbodhan also, the Foundation constructed Mid-Day meal Shed. Besides, at the Prathmik Shala, Junagam, school repairing work was carried out. Adani Foundation constructed 3 additional classrooms for Navjagruti School and the school at Hazira site has been provided with an RO water facility.

Creating Better Infrastructure for Education

One school in the project affected area was furnished by Adani Foundation. Further, one college and one other school have been supported for construction of additional classrooms.

Creating Better Infrastructure for Education

Adani Foundation has improved infrastructure of 26 No of schools by constructing additional required rooms, shed for mid-day meal, improving toilet facility and developing playground.  

Creating Better Infrastructure for Education

To provide basic infrastructure in the govt. schools of the region, Adani Foundation has undertaken the construction works of boundary walls, improvement of playgrounds, renovation of class rooms, toilets, sheds etc. in 47 schools.

Creating Better Infrastructure for Education

Adani Foundation has provided support for developing and improving infrastructure for school of this area.  A school building with 12 Rooms at Ambikapur has been highly beneficial to the community. Further, the existing school buildings are renovated as per requirement.

Fisherman Amenities Projects

Fisher-folk community is one of the largest beneficiary groups of the Foundation’s initiatives. From livelihood support to healthcare and education, our efforts have made a significant difference in their lives.


In order to raise the standard of living of the fisher-folk community, Adani Foundation has assisted in providing good roads to reach sea shore settlements, platforms for drinking water, solar light, space for drying fish, etc. Under the Fisherman Housing Programme, appropriate shelters for the fisher-folk who reside near the coastline all year round except the rainy season have been constructed. A total of 139 shelters have already been handed over to fisher-folk families at Juna Bandar and 110 shelters at Luni Bandar.


During 2014-15, the Foundation has strengthened approach roads; constructed Community Centre at Navinal, Balwadi at Zarpara, and Community Development Centre at Mundra.


Fishermen used to have problems of traveling from Vasahat to the village. To solve this issue and facilitate travel route, approach roads have been constructed to Vasahat. As per requirement, GSB road, earthen road, metal road etc. have been provided and a 13.7 Km approach road has been constructed. Further, around 79 Solar Light have been installed at the fisher-folk residences on the coast to provide lighting facilities at night.

Fisherman Amenities Projects

At Fishing Harbour, a Solar Fish Dryer has been installed by Adani Foundation, which is used by over 100 fishermen regularly. The fish dryer has proven beneficial for the fishermen for drying up their fish in less time and with proper hygiene.

Water tank platforms have been constructed and tanks have been set up in order to provide clean potable drinking water to the community. Close to 80,500 litres of water was supplied through this initiative this year. Total 9 Water Tank Platforms have also been constructed.

Fishermen used to have problems of traveling from Vasahat to the village. To solve this issue and facilitate travel route, approach roads have been constructed to Vasahat. As per requirement, GSB road, earthen road, metal road etc. have been provided and a 13.7 Km approach road was constructed.

Promoting the use of renewable energy technology to meet the energy requirements of the community, the Foundation is harnessing solar energy to set up solar street lights.

79 Solar Light have been installed at the fisher-folk residences on the coast to provide lighting facilities at night.

Adani Foundation assisted in installing 110 solar street lights, at 55 locations. This will help villagers to easily access roads during night. Also, it will control antisocial activities in the village thereby increasing the security aspect of the villagers.

Solar street lights were installed in Jageshwar village to curb the problem of complete darkness on the village roads post sunset.

Adani Foundation assisted in installing 50 solar street lights at Rajgiri village.

Over 100 fishermen are regularly using a Solar Fish Dryer installed by Adani Foundation within Dhamra Fishing Harbour. The fish dryer is beneficial to fishermen in drying their fish in less time and with proper hygiene.

Adani Foundation constructed sanitation block at Navchetan School at Junagam and new toilets with Soak Pit were constructed at Damka Halpativas.

School sanitation and hygiene education is an essential component of the total sanitation campaign. This includes provision of toilet infrastructure. It recognizes the role of children as the best change agents in absorbing and popularizing new ideas and concepts of sanitation not only in their school but in their families and neighborhood also. Taking this campaign forward, Adani Foundation has constructed toilet units in 7 Schools of 6 villages.

To resolve the issue of Girls’ toilet at Jawahar Nayoday Vidialya, Atru, toilet blocks have been constructed especially for girl students. 

Poor practices of sanitation (mainly open defecation) & water (handling & usage) increase various types of illnesses. Their spiral effect creates barriers for development and better human life. 254 toilets have been constructed benefiting 1100 people.

Other Village Development Projects

Community Skill Development Centre at Fisher-folk Vashahat at Luni and old bander are one of the best examples of Kutchhi traditional art-mud work. It is divided in three parts. One hall is utilized for computer training for rural children and ladies, other rooms are used as medical centre.


Adani Foundation to facilitate social activities of the communities has constructed various Community Centres at Siracha, Mundra ,Navinal, Tunda wandh, Sukhpur, Rabariwandh, Goersama, Luni, Vadala, Pavadiyara, and Bhadreshwar. Similarly, considering the requirement of villages, Gaushala has been constructed, facility at crematoriums is upgraded, and bus stands are constructed to develop general amenities.

Other Village Development Projects

Considering the requirement and demand, Adani Foundation has constructed Gram Panchayat office building for Damka, Rajagiri, Junagam, Sunvali & Hazira and a community Hall at Halpati Awas, Sunvali. Installation of 50 solar street lights has taken place at Rajgiri village. Further, a total of 55 new Halpati avas at Sunvali, Vanswa and Rajgari village have been constructed and 36 old Indira avas at Damka village have been reconstructed by Adani Foundation.  At Hazira, Foundation has also constructed Primary Health Center (PHC) building.

Other Village Development Projects

Four major village roads measuring about 8 Kms have been renovated with improving riding quality by spreading metal strips along with surface.

Other Village Development Projects

Adani Foundation assisted in installing 216 solar street lights. This will help villagers to easily access roads during night. Also, it will help in controlling antisocial activities in the village thereby increasing the security aspect of the villagers. The Foundation has also provided benches in 72 villages of the region.

Other Village Development Projects

There was a need and demand for a playground in Chhippabard village. Adani Foundation took up the construction work of the playground considering its utilization and future scope. Providing a platform with better infrastructure facility to local talent;the ground is also used for various state & national level tournaments. Adani Foundation has also contributed significantly in development of the popular Baran Public Park which is utilized immensely by the dwellers. Additionally, the Foundation has constructed many roads and culverts in vicinity villages like Bamori, Dhara, Myatha to facilitate rural local transportation.

Other Village Development Projects

Various communities need based works such as construction of approach roads, pipe culverts, playground, market platforms, panchayat bhavans, electricity supplies etc. have been undertaken at Surguja by Adani Foundation.

Various community need based works such as construction of approach roads, panchayat bhavans, electricity supplies etc. have been undertaken at Surguja.

Various Community Development Works have been carried out by Adani Foundation in Hazira region like construction of Gram Panchayat building at Damka and reconstruction of 11 Halpati Aavas- Vasva & 17  Halpati Aavas-  Suvali.

Spreading metal strips along with surfacing at many places was done on 4 major village roads. Total length covered is 8 km.

Water Conservation and Ground Water Recharge

In majority of villages of Mundra Taluka, people use ground water for drinking purpose. Quality of water is a major concern. Adani Foundation in past years initiated construction of check dams and pond deepening works to conserve the water. It has constructed 19 check dams which have apparently shown impact due to ground water recharging. Additionally, every year it takes up activity to deepen village ponds to increase capacity 33,814 cmt.  Conservation capacity was increase by 33814 cmt apart from deepening works of four ponds.

Water Conservation and Ground Water Recharge

Pond deepening project at Vansawa village.

Water Conservation and Ground Water Recharge

Considering weather uncertainty and shortage of water in Maharashtra, Adani Foundation planned to take water conservation initiatives in the Tiroda region of the state. It was planned to harvest more rain water and help farmers in irrigation and village people for the domestic use. Adani Foundation took up the activity of deepening of ponds to increase the capacity on a large scale. Cumulatively, it has till date increased the capacity of 98 ponds of 34 villages by 6.0 lakh CuM. As a part of initiative, the Foundation has constructed 2 No. of Check Dams benefitting farmers and villagers due to recharging of ground water. The Foundation has also initiated construction of Khet Talavadi to conserve rain water and benefit concerned farmer through better yield. It has developed approximately 64 No. of such Khet Talavdi. Adani Foundation has also deepened streams of the villages. So far, 44 streams have been deepened which is expected to conserve 30645 CuM of water.

Water Conservation and Ground Water Recharge

Adani Foundation has taken up the development of Model Talab at Antana village with joint venture of GoR program MJSA. 

To ensure that the infrastructure development programs are firmly footed and responsive to the actual needs of the people, the micro planning processes were undertaken along with the active participation of the community. There is adequate representation of people in the form of Village Development Committees.  The Foundation works closely with the local Gram Panchayats to undertake the projects in a transparent and accountable manner towards accomplishment.

Water Conservation: With an objective of preserving rainwater, reducing the impact of salinity, recharging the ground water and facilitating agricultural activities, several water conservation structures have been constructed with the active involvement of the local community.

Pond Deepening is assisted by the Foundation to increase the capacity of the village ponds. Tlll date, 83.24 lac kilo litres of water storage has been created by the deepening of ponds

Construction of Check Dams was done to reduce erosion and gullying, lower the speed of water flow, help in storing the surface water for use, both during and after the monsoon. These have helped in 25 mil. Cubic feet ground water recharge, thus raising the water table in the area substantially.

Other Infrastructure Projects: Under the cluster development programme, a series of developmental works have been undertaken like building community halls, bus stops, garden and panchvati development, crematorium upgrading, construction of gaaman (cattle shed), rural clinics, entrance gates, cricket pitch, pavilion, store rooms, approach roads. The Foundation’s cluster based approach invites full participation of the respective stakeholders. The Cluster Development Advisory Committee (CDAC) comprises the Sarpanch, Panchayat members, village representatives, CEO of AF and cluster coordinator. The activities to be undertaken are recommended and approved by the CDAC. 

School Infrastructure Development: Different activities are undertaken to develop and strengthen the school infrastructure in the form of additional rooms, proper sanitation facility for boys and girls, multipurpose activity halls, construction of boundary walls, computer rooms, repairing activities, construction of water tanks, setting up of water purification plants, development of basic amenities within the premises and so on.

Other Village Development Projects

A total of 92 Solar Lamp posts installed by Adani Foundation now gives hope for a ‘brighter future’ at a remote town of Kamuthi, Tamil Nadu. These lamp posts have been installed at schools, bus stops, and other places of public services.

The Foundation works to complement the community led Total Sanitation Campaign (TSC),which is now known as Swachha Bharat Abhiyan initiated by the Government of India. To make the program people centric, the Foundation helps in increasing hygiene related awareness amongst the communities, encourages people to prevent open defecation and mobilises the villagers towards achieving ‘Nirmal Gam’- Spotless Village status. The programme recognises the diverse needs and capacities of the community and strives to seek peoples’ participation in making the village an ideal place to inhabit.  The aim is to help people achieve 100% sanitation (ODF) in their villages. In fact, the Foundation has aided 26 villages in getting 100% household toilet coverage and with some financial support from WASMO, the Foundation has also set up an underground drainage system of 81 kilometres covering 16 villages at Mundra.


Rural Drainage Project: To create clean and hygienic environment, proper drainage facility is essential.  In partnership with WASMO, the Foundation has provided drainage systems in 16 villages including pipeline network and sewage treatment plants at Mundra, Gujarat.

Support to Government Schools

Supporting the rural children


Children are the future of nation, the foundation on which a strong, vibrant and dynamic India shall be built. And to encourage them to attend school, Adani Foundation has distributed 850 school bags and water bottles as a part of Project ‘Muskaan’, spreading smiles and seeding hopes at a remote town of Kamuthi, Tamil Nadu.


Under project Saksham, an initiative of the Adani Skill Development Centre (ASDC), the foundation conducts skill-based training programmes for the youth of India, thereby increasing their skill sets and employability.


ASDC is the first skill imparting institute in the country to offer courses like Simulator-based Crane Operation, 3D printing and Welding through Augmented Reality. Up till now, more than 35,000 candidates have been trained with a placement ratio of over 65%.


68 Saksham centres providing necessary skill-based training programmes 47 government courses as well as 8 customised and government approved courses offered A total capacity to skill 20,000 youth annually.

The objective of this centre is to impart different kinds of training to the students of 10th, 12th, college or ITI pass outs from surrounding areas. Various employment oriented programmes are organized to optimize the skills, art and knowledge through proper guidance and direction. Due to social and cultural traditions, various training programmes are organized at rural level for women so that they can gain its benefits as well.


The following trainings provide at the centre:


  • Training for Crane Operator
  • Electrical work pertaining to the company
  • Operation and maintenance of call handling system
  • Checker training
  • Gate Keeper and Gate Operator
  • Mechanical work pertaining to the company
  • Automobiles repairing
  • Security training
  • IT basic computer
  • Tally ERP 9
  • Spoken English
  • Stitching and beauty parlour


Adani Skill Development Centre has imparted various training to 800 people during April 2014 to March 2015.

Animal Husbandry

Farmer groups have been formed in two periphery panchayats of Dhamra region in Odisha. The Foundation has facilitated training and workshops for the farmers groups by associating with with Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology (OUAT) and Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Ranital for necessary technical input and other support.  

Biogas Construction Programme

Adani Foundation with its holistic understanding of people’s needs has been successful in coming up with the initiative around the construction of biogas plants focusing mainly on reducing women’s overall work load as well as giving a distinct approach to their daily chores. The fact that biogas as a product has multiple usage further added value to the entire idea. Introduction of bio-gas and LPG subsidies amongst the rural households in villages has helped save around 18000 quintals of wood every year. Moreover, the intervention has helped women regain that sense of solidarity and sisterhood. By reducing their work load, it not only allows her to spend more time with family but also enhances their sense of womanhood.

Farmers/ Agriculturists

In Tiroda region of Maharashtra and its surrounding villages, agriculture has always been the primary source of livelihood. It is predominantly known as the paddy belt of Maharashtra. However, the traditions methods of paddy cultivation and the lack of exposure & technical awareness of the farmers were taking a toll on the per hectare production of the rice in the fields. On pilot basis, the Foundation in collaboration with 1050 farmers from 35 villages of the region effectively implemented System of Rice Intensification (SRI) method on 1050 Acres of farm-land. Besides, ensuring to update the farmers with the necessary awareness & knowledge about SRI, Adani Foundation also empowered them with training for adopting the low water, labour-intensive and organic method reaping a profit of 5 crore with an investment of Rs. 20 lac from Adani Foundation. Today, after the successful pilot phase, the Foundation has roped in 2066 farmers from 52 villages who have adopted the SRI technique covering a total of 4381 acres of land, till date.

Farmers/ Agriculturists

Adani Foundation has been coordinating with government’s agriculture department at district & block level of Surguja, Chhattisgarh, to build better link between farmers & government scheme. The Foundation has raised level of awareness among farmers through regular two-way sharing of issues & solutions for better cropping. 

Fisher-folk Communities

Machhimar Sadhan Sahay Yojana


Under the umbrella of the yojana, fishing nets have been provided on regular basis to the fisherfolk communities. Further, fish market has also been designed and constructed to hold 40 platforms for selling purpose. At present, there are 6 big shops with shed and one sanitation room with toilet facilities. The idea is to provide an appropriate space for sale of fish which would eventually result in fetching a good price.

Fisher-folk Communities

Machhimar Ajivika Uparjan Yojana


Mangrove plantation was initially introduced as an alternative source for income generation for fisher-folk communities. The programme has proven to be a boon for the fisherfolk community at Mundra, Gujarat. It is now regularly been carried out during seasons when fishing is banned by the authorities due to turbulent sea and for fish breeding season which is termed as 'off season' in the fishing community.

Fisher-folk Communities

Machhimar Kaushalya Vardhan Yojana


With an objective to impart technical skills to fisher-folk and to resolve employment issues during off season, various training programmes for the youth have been initiated by the Foundation. A total of 115 youth have taken IT-Basic Computer training at Juna Bandar, Luni and Navinal & Zarpara. A new Centre for computer training has also been started in Zarpara. 

Self Help Groups (SHGs)

Women Empowerment Training Programme in Coordination with VRTI- Vivekananda Research and Training Institute has been started for two groups - Training for preparing washing powder, phenyl, soap, shampoo, gel, tile cleaner and many more usable items. An apt example here would be the Saheli Udyog. Adani Foundation had started a training programme with two major women group of Mundra region. 9 Mahila groups and 100 women is making effort to sustain Saheli, (100 women in total) post completing their training on preparing washing powder, phenyl, liquid for cleaning utensils and hand wash etc., have now started a shop at Shantivan Colony, Mundra in the name of “Saheli Mahila Gruh Udyog” and are churning profits.

Self Help Groups (SHGs)

There are two women groups- one from Suvali village of Hazira, Gujarat, (members from five different sakhi mandal); and another one from Rajgiri village of the region. Post experimenting with various income generating activities facilitated by Adani Foundation, they ventured into Upahar. Upahar is a meal service for truck drivers which has now expanded to running a canteen at Adani House in Hazira. The women with the help of Adani Foundation have undergone all the training and hand holding for planning, budgeting and handling ups-downs/risk management just like an enterprise and are now, flourishing. The project is now reaching out to 100 truckers daily. 

Self Help Groups (SHGs)

Various SHGs have been formed in Dhamra for women to provide them income generating trainings such as paddy crafts, agarbatti, papad making etc. and linke them with various organizations for marketing of their products. A few women of Kaithakhola G.P. have been trained and supported for making handicraft items using paddy crop. Their SHG has been linked with a local NGO for marketing of the items. Another 30 women of Amarnagar village in Dosinga G.P. have also been trained and supported for agarbatti making. Their SHG has been linked with Odisha Rural Development and Marketing Society (ORMAS) for raw material support and marketing of their products. Another 15 women of Sushiladeipur and Rambhila areas have been trained and supported for making ‘badi & papad’. They have also been linked with ORMAS.

Self Help Groups (SHGs)

With day to day interaction, monitoring and motivation, Adani Foundation has built Nine Self-Help Groups to act as per government’s Sustainable Rural and Livelihood Mission (SRLM) scheme. To build capacity of all members of SHGs, training programs of SRLM have been organized at village level. Further, numerous exposure visits have been organized for the SHGs. Various other SHGs have also been engaged in other income generating activities & conducting health camps etc.


Adani Foundation has further organized 30 members of 3 Women Self Help Groups (SHGs) from Parsa and Salhi villages of Surguja, Chhattisgarh to undergo a skill development training on tailoring & stitching under Project Unnayan; and then start their own small apparel enterprises for commercial production of school uniforms and women apparels. Out of the 30 trained women, 16 women SHG members emerged as skilled entrepreneurs who began their own enterprise by conducting an exhibition of their stitched items on July 20, 2016 at the Adani Foundation run Vocational Training Centre (VTC) in the Parsa mines site. Further to the success of the initial training, the project has recently roped in 30 more women from Basen, another village of the area, and at present, around 60 women are now engaged in the stitching work of the school uniforms of the periphery schools including that of Adani Vidya Mandir, Surguja. Indeed, there is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women!

Adani Foundation has set up “Adani Skill Development Centre” (ASDC) and supports various Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in Gujarat and Maharashtra to impart technical training to the youth population of the region. 

In Mundra, Gujarat, considering the future manpower requirements at the Mundra port and other ancillary industries coming up in the Kutch region, the Foundation has conducted training courses for English speaking, Light Motor Vehicle (LMV), Heavy Motor Vehicle (HMV), Automobile repairing and so on. The trainees are paid a stipend and training is provided by the Technical Department of Adani. Consistent efforts are made towards updating the training curriculum and developing a cadre of master trainers who are instrumental in the transfer of knowledge and skills to the aspiring trainees.  Besides, there are entrepreneurship development training programs organized by the Foundation and special workshops on promoting micro irrigation systems, like drip irrigation and innovative farming techniques to improve productivity while ensuring efficient water, land, and energy management. Further, in order to facilitate employment and income generation, various skill-based trainings are organised for rural men and women which includes training for rural entrepreneurship/ small-scale business etc. Various other skill-based trainings for the rural youth and women are also conducted by on a regular basis to facilitate employment and generate income, like training for garment-making, beautician course, leather bag making, mason work, mobile repairing work etc.

Animal Husbandry

Cattle Camps: To prevent diseases amongst the cattle, seasonal immunization and timely care is extended to the livestock by organising cattle camps.


Construction of Gamaan (Cattle Sheds): To provide healthy and hygienic environment to the cattle and to accommodate a large number of cattle in limited but safe space; to save fodder expenses and reduce water wastage, Gamaans are constructed with adequate participation of the village community.

Animal Husbandry

Fodder Support: During the dry summer months, when the livestock is affected by lack of adequate fodder in the drought prone areas of Kutch, Gujarat, support is extended to the farmers and cattle owners to ensure access to fodder for their livestock. 

Animal Husbandry

Awareness meetings and exposure visits: To create awareness on various scientific methods and techniques for cattle care/breeding, agriculture, crops, irrigation etc., various awareness meetings are undertaken and exposure visits are organised to Krishi Vigyan Kendra, NGOs having expertise in Animal Husbandry, and model farms.

Animal Husbandry

Livelihood for the small and marginal farmers in Gondia, Maharashtra is entirely dependent on agriculture. In order to promote the dairy activity as an alternate source of livelihood in this region, the government has been promoting the high milk yielding exogenous species of cows as part of the relief package for the needy farmers. Complementing the government for its efforts, Adani Foundation conducts training programmes with Gou Vigyan Anusandhan Kendra, Devalapar.


Objectives of the programme is:


  • To motivate farmers for cow based farming.
  • To impart technical skills to farmers for using by-product of dairy farming
  • To introduce farmers about various agriculture practices and other livelihood options.
  • To motivate farmers for adopting various practices in agriculture, animal husbandry and agriculture based activity at their own place and their own cost.
  • To promote organic method for agriculture.

Farmers/ Agriculturists

Support for Drip irrigation: To address the issue of crop productivity in Mundra, Gujarat, drip irrigation systems have been encouraged among farmers. Besides the 50% subsidy given by the Government, an additional 25% subsidy is also contributed by the Foundation with technical support. 

Self Help Groups (SHGs)

A one-time economic support has been provided to marginalised groups like widows, persons with disability, and fisher folk community, in the form of seed money or one-time equipment/material support. The amount ranges up to Rs. 10,000 and is used to either complement or to initiate an income generating avenue. Support is also given to both individuals and/or a group of individuals to undertake some economically viable income generating activity. Individuals have received support for buying hand carts for selling vegetables, to stock up their shops, for poultry farming, buying livestock, setting up a flour mill etc. Under the group income generating activity, support has been extended to set up Fat Testing Machine in the Milk Cooperatives, to start vermi-composting units managed by women SHGs, chapatti-making units to cater to the Adani canteens and so on.

Self Help Groups (SHGs)

Adani Foundation continues to promote, nurture and capacitate a number of Self Help Groups for Women/Youth/Senior citizen and inculcate a savings habit. Continuous efforts are undertaken for the capacity building of these SHGs, to increase their ability to function independently with minimum support from outside. These SHGs are formed with the objective of empowering local communities which will enable them to take decisions concerning their own economic development. The groups are trained on planning, book keeping, financial management and conflict management. Regular trainings and exposure visits to other SHG initiatives are undertaken to encourage self-reliance and sustainability. 

Self Help Groups (SHGs)

Support to Traditional Artisan in Mundra


Adani Foundation facilitates the artisans by imparting them with technical training to upgrade their skills and contemporize the traditional motifs for increased market acceptability.


A great range of ethnic communities live in the Kutch region, most maintaining traditional dress and crafts of many sorts, including weaving, dyeing, printing, bandhani (tie-dye), embroidery, leather work, pottery, woodwork, and metalwork. Originally, the crafts were integrated into the local social systems. However, over a few decades, the traditional crafts have experienced a sea-change. Commercialization and consumerism have taken a toll on traditional craft forms. To preserve and sustain the unique craft forms of the region, the Foundation facilitates the artisans to be technically trained to upgrade their skills and contemporize the traditional motifs for increased market acceptability.

Adani Foundation organises regular courses on vocational training to equip the local communities and youths in particular, to develop competencies and improve their employability.

Fisher-folk Communities

Amenities like equipment support, sanitation facilities, approach roads, fish lending sheds, fisher-folk vasahats (Settlements); training for livelihood and insurance programme etc are being provided by Adani Foundation to the fisher-folk communities. Support of up to Rs. 10,000 is also given to help them purchase various fishing equipments like nets, cycles, iceboxes, anchors and weighing scales. As one of the unique endeavors for generating alternative livelihood during the off season, mangrove plantation has been initiated which is helping of fisher folk families economically. 

Fisher-folk Communities

Further, to cover the risks faced by the fisher folk communities, and to ensure that their livelihoods are secured, a life insurance protection “Janashree Bima Yojana” is provided to the fisher-folk community by the Foundation. The insurance cover is available to below or marginally above poverty line families in the age group of 18- 59. Insurance premium of Rs. 200 per annum is shared equally between the Government and the Foundation with 50:50 ratio. The insurance company compensates the insured person as under- 1. Rs.30,000 in case of natural death; 2. Rs. 75,000 in case of accidental death and; 3. Rs. 37,500 in case of disablement. Scholarship of Rs. 1200 per annum for up to two children studying in standard 9th to 12th and ITI of insured person is also provided.

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