Our Impact

  • 6000+ School Children impacted in Karnataka
  • 10,000+ Migrant labourers reached across India
  • 3000+ Youth empowered through training
  • 5000+ Women enabled via Self Help Groups
  • 16,00,000 Recovered in worker's wages

To empower extremely vulnerable women and children across Karnataka and help them achieve a better quality of life through education and self-reliance.



The public and private sectors have instituted various benefits and developmental efforts for vulnerable groups of people. However, the last mile service delivery for these initiatives are often missing and the entire process fails to serve the very aim it was constituted for. Sampark picks up the baton on the last leg here and ensures delivery of services to the last of the un-reached.


Sampark seeks to empower target groups through skill building, guidance and hands-on orientation programs. Ranging from formation of Self Help Groups and credit facilities to imparting education for children and women, our efforts are driven towards creating sustainable and holistic growth for the most vulnerable of people.


We firmly believe that the best means of combating vulnerability is through financial independence. Our initiatives include skill training across blue collar and white collar sectors, so as to enable the people to supplement their incomes and achieve a higher quality of life.


Training & Capacity Building

Sampark believes that the people who are underprivileged can improve their living conditions only when they realise their potential and become self-reliant. In order to achieve this, Sampark is committed to facilitate the setting up of micro enterprises which are completely owned by people. The objective of this activity is to provide market-oriented skills and vocational training to women and youth (both boys and girls) in the villages of Koppal Taluk and encourage them to find employment or start their own enterprises to earn better livelihoods.

Migrant Workers Support

Migrant construction workers are one of the most vulnerable and excluded groups in the country. Sampark through its Workers Resource Centre (WRC) in Bangalore, creates awareness among these workers about their entitlements to basic requirements such as health, education, legal aid, financial and social security, and facilitates their access to these welfare measures, thereby improving their livelihoods.

Education & Learning Support

In Bangalore, Sampark has established 9 crèches, and ensures the children of construction workers a safe and clean place to play, learn and interact with each other, where their growth is protected and nurtured in a healthy environment. In addition to proper nutrition, the children have access to immunization and regular health check-ups. In Koppal, the Prerane education project aims at improving the academic skills of students from class 2-6, and is implemented in 10 Government Primary Schools.

Research & Evaluation

Sampark conducts research and evaluation studies on a wide universe of development issues across India and South East Asia. These include studies on sustainable rural livelihood systems, gender and leadership, natural resource management, social learning processes, micro-finance and people’s organisations.

Hello! Please reach out to us at sampark@sampark.org.

Address: 39, 1st Avenue, Teacher’s Colony, 1st Block Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560034

Phone: 080 2553 0196