The National Adivasi Solidarity Council (NASC) is a network for the empowerment of indigenous people of India, established in June 2001 under the leadership of Dr. K.Krishnan & Team with the initiatives of the New Entity for Social Action. The National Adivasi Solidarity Council (NASC) is implementing projects to empower Adivasi communities of South India through its different strategies and campaigns for livelihood development, educational improvement, policy in practice, and environment protection with people’s participation. NASC is part of the different forums and departments through which it advocates for the empowerment of scheduled tribes by continuously mobilizing Adivasi communities. The core areas of the NASC Network are the Right to Education, Right to Land, Right to Forest Resources, Right to Livelihood, and Right to Survival.

VIBHA-VANI (VAIBHAV Association of NBOs India ) concept was flagged off in a deliberation held on the sidelines of the World Ayurveda Conference, WAC-2016 in Calcutta under the leadership of Dr.Vijay Bhatkar, Chairman VIBHA, and Shri. A.Jayakumar, Secretary-General, VIBHA.Vibha Vani was constituted as a National Network of voluntary developmental Organizations in the first NGO Conclave conducted during India International Science Festival -IISF-2016, held at NPL, New Delhi. The National Coordination team under the banner VibhaVani was constituted, comprising of the leading NBOs (NationBuilding Organizations and Institutions) across the nation. This was initiated under the leadership of Vijnana Bharati a leading national science organization.

According to estimates, human trafficking in India may affect between 20 and 65 million people. Women and girls are trafficked within the country for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation and forced marriage, especially in those areas where the sex ratio is highly skewed in favor of men. A significant number of children are subjected to forced labor as factory workers, domestic servants, beggars, and agriculture workers, while others have been used as child soldiers by insurgent or terrorist groups. India is also a destination for women and girls from neighboring countries, smuggled for sexual exploitation. Indian women are also trafficked to the Middle East for the same purpose. Indian migrants who travel willingly to the Middle East and Europe for work as domestic servants and low-skilled laborers may also end up in the country’s human trafficking industry and in situations of forced labor or debt bondage.

Green Life is now associated with the “My Choices Foundation” to implement the Operation Red Alert program in the Rangareddy District, which is an awareness program on “girl child trafficking” ( Safe Village Program) and it is to alert the villages in which the awareness programs are conducted to children in the schools, mothers, fathers, village elders, Anganwadi teachers, school teachers, police and village youth. Films are shown to the stakeholders on trafficking and its consequences. A toll-free number is circulated to all the stakeholders by handing over a handbook and the victims or the affected children will call to the toll-free number and the problem is solved through the concerned authorities like the police & others. More than 60 villages are covered under the activity and closely working with the stakeholders to address the issue.

We4India will link the vulnerable people to the Government for accessing the schemes & programs. Our team will facilitate the rural & urban poor in getting the benefits of the Government, who has the right to receive. We4India is the digital platform that helps the beneficiaries to cross-check their eligibility for the scheme and avail themselves the same. Our team will provide support to the beneficiaries in availing of the Government benefits, till the end. We4India works with various stakeholders like NGOs, CBOs, Corporate, governments, Associations, and of course with the BPL families.

Tribes today face a lot of societal barriers when it comes to starting their own businesses. Some of them are lack of Capital Support, Professional networks, Business Knowledge & Expertise. At TICCI, we provide 360-degree support for any aspiring Tribal Entrepreneur. TICCI provides a platform for networking and consensus building within and across sectors and is the first port of call for Indian Industry, Policymakers, and the International Business Community. Green Life is associated with TICCI and is assigned as In charge of Wanaparthy District to facilitate the Tribal youth in understanding the process of micro enterprises, entrepreneurship, and MSME

Green Life is associated with Enable India to establish GarveSe Center ( GSC) which is a nodal center that strengthens the livelihood ecosystem of PwD through collaborating with stakeholders such as local Government, NGOs, Educational Institutions, Skilling partners, Volunteers, Parents of PwD, Employers, and any other relevant stakeholders to leverage their expertise and support for providing livelihood opportunities for PwD in Hyderabad Rangareddy, Nalgonda & Yadadri Bhuvangiri districts of Telangana State.

Green Life is associated with Biotasoil Foundation to promote afforestation by the Miyawaki method and it has been successful in restoring biodiversity, inducing microclimatic changes, and increasing groundwater levels.

The first Micro Urban Forest is being developed at Aushapur Village, Ghatkesar Mandal, Medchal Malkajgiri District of Telangana