Welcome to Sampark!!

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

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
  • 6 Crores CSR Value delivered

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Education & Learning Support The vulnerability of migrant workers and the safety of their children is less talked about and addressed. Children’s needs like health and nutrition, education and cognitive learning needs, interactive and social enabling environment and above all safe parenting care for migrant children while their parents work is often overlooked. Such...


RESEARCH Sampark conducts research studies on development issues such as sustainable rural livelihood systems, gender and leadership, natural resource management, social learning processes, micro-finance and people’s organisations. Sampark is involved in a wide range of action research to identify baseline felt needs and improve understanding of current practices; accordingly developing and delivering smallscale interventions...


THE KOPPAL STORY -Content- FARMERS GROUPS -Content- YOUTH GROUPS The Sampurna Shuchi Gram Project started in October 2013 with a vision of transforming one village in Koppal district into a model village. The project aimed at the holistic development of the village through an integrated approach by including children, youth, women, men and the...