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LEAF (Life and Environment Amelioration Front) is an NGO/NPO working on Women and land-less Agricultural laborers from dalit, tribal, small and marginal farmers, and Backward communities.

LEAF is a voluntary organization started by a group of likeminded dedicated, young social development workers in the year 2002 to initiate sustainable agricultural, social and rural development activities. The organization aims to participate actively in the social transformation process. The organisation is committed to provide services for the development of women, farming community, vulnerable sections of the society with active involvement in development process.

The organisation aims to empower marginalised rural community with special emphasis on the following development programmes such as women empowerment, sustainable agriculture, community health and natural resource management to accomplish sustainable, social and economic development.

Our organization presently concentrates in Guntur district of AP, India, where there are needy people who do have good abilities, but because of lack of facilities, they are unable to do what they can.

Organization Strength

  • Having Legal Entity: Registered under societies registration act, 1860
  • Having necessary infrastructure
  • Compassionate & Service minded Executive Committee; Dynamic Volunteers; Experienced, trained & expertise staff & resource persons at our disposal

Strong Community rapport & Volunteer base; Good Liaison with fellow NGOs & Government agencies; Conversant with local area, resources,  people and their problems.

LEAF Organization involved in Covid-19 relief activities near our area. There are many slum and poor families who were not able to get food because of lockdown, we tried to get them basic food and groceries. We also featured in the local news: https://www.indiaspend.com/covid-19-intra-state-migrants-marooned-too/