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GSF Profile

The (GSF) Goth Seengar Foundation is a legal entity registered in Societies Act of 1860, It is a non-profit,non-governmental organization established in 1991 with the proclaimed objectives to build capacity of the communities / stake holders, social development & services, protection issues, gender & development, credit programs, community empowerment by establishing social groups, CCBs, and mobilizing communities to work themselves for their own development, disaster risk reduction disaster Management, sustainable agriculture and natural resource management, human rights, poverty reduction through various projects and programs by diversified range of activities to provide a platform to the civil society to raise their voice and ensure that their voice is heard. GSF is working customarily for the disadvantaged segments of the society without any discrimination of color, caste & creed on secular basis through promoting social justice, peace and harmony.


Envision of a socially just, equitable and prosperous society leading the people towards peace, participation, dignity, and sustainable development.


Alleviating poverty through sustainable use of natural resources, integrated development, active participation and rights based approache through socio-cultural, economic and political empowerment.

Organizational Goals

  • Socio-economic development
  • Human & Institutional Development–civil society - GSF
  • Reduce human sufferings in any disaster


  • Peace – harmony
  • Transparency & accountability
  • Commitment and Dedication
  • Respect & human dignity
  • Simplicity
  • Volunteerism

Cross Cutting Themes

  • Gender
  • Environment
  • Reduce human sufferings in any disaster

Principle Stakeholders

  • Marginalized communities
  • NGOs, CBOs, CCBs, social groups
  • Government Institutions
  • Children youth - women
  • Media

Programatic Areas

Disaster Management / Humanitarian Response

  • Sustainable Agriculture
  • Environmental Protection & Climate Change
  • Human Rights and Civic Education
  • Social Development & Services (health, education, water & Sanitation)
  • Micro Enterprise Development
  • Capacity Development
  • Peace Building and Regional Solidarity


  • Development with dedication


  • Communities' participation and ownership


  • Community mobilization - awareness raising
  • Advocacy, lobbying & networking
  • Workshops - seminars - capacity buildingn
  • Regular meetings - monthly - review - planning
  • Establishment of community groups
  • MEAL
  • Community participation and contribution
  • IEC materials
  • Issue based research