Financial Accountability

Our Accountability

Our partnership approach in working with community-based organizations ensures we are accountable, committed and responsive to our communities. It has always been Dhara Sansthan’s endeavour to convey a public image conforming to reality, and always to speak and act honestly. God helping us, we intend continually to pursue excellence beyond compliance in all aspects of our work – governance, management, operations and administration.


Through Donors, partners & supporters pledge a monthly amount to help vulnerable our communities. This helps us to get access to clean drinking water, sanitation, education, skills for future livelihood, nutrition and health care and participate in an age-appropriate development process. It also helps communities to build a better future through empowerment, education, income generation and self-sufficiency. Through this journey, donations play a meaningful part in our societies and can keep in touch through letters, reports, and personal visits.

Impact Evaluation

Following a lifecycle approach, Dhara Sansthan works intensively through focused welfare projects in five major areas – education, healthcare for families, livelihood, Natural Resource Management, and Child Protection.

Education- Nandghar Project in collaboration with Vedanta, Cairn Oil, and Gas Pvt. Ltd. began in 2016-18 as a response to the perceived need for a quality vision of eradicating child malnutrition, providing education, healthcare, and empowering women with skill development. (275) Barmer-50 Jaipur 250

Total children 0-6yrs- 11,000 children

The Nand Ghar Project aims to touch lives of around 1 million community members while directly impacting around 11,000 children annually.

Livelihood- Dhara Sansthan works for marginalized and underprivileged farmers, helping them attain gainful employment by providing awareness, inclusive development strategy, and agricultural training. (Data)

Health- Mobile health van is a mobile hospital program that takes preventive, curative, and promotive healthcare to the doorsteps of less privileged children and families in the remotest villages and hamlets of the western part of rural Rajasthan.

 Direct beneficiaries of MHV- 51,255 

Indirect beneficiaries of MHV- 4984

Villages and Geographic Locations Covered- 214

M-Rite Project was undertaken in collaboration with USAID and JSI Pvt Ltd to increase the COVID-19 vaccine uptake in the Barmer Jaisalmer Jalore and Jodhpur districts of Rajasthan. (Data-1,60,000 Vaccination)

Child Protection

Supported by Childline Foundation India, Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India, CHILDLINE started in 1996, India’s first 24-hour helpline service supported by the Ministry of Women & Child Development. The service is for children in need of aid and assistance and is provided through a toll-free 24-hour emergency phone service (1098). Dhara Sansthan started a collaboration with Childline in 2011 and provides services in the Barmer district.

Children reached through awareness and outreach programs-1900

Data- Childline cases handled 325

Natural Resource Management

Dhara Santhan supported the recreation of traditional water harvesting system named as Naadi to increase the irrigated area through water harvesting and conservation, permanent Solution of drinking water by making the Village self-sufficient in terms of water and impact positively on the environment through the plantation.

Data- Water Stewardship Program Beneficiaries- 15,000 Marico Project

Amit Chandra Foundation- 2,60,000