HDFC Bank CSR scheme, Parivartan enabling holistic development of marginalized communities, vulnerable groups and other disadvantaged areas by providing immediate and long term interventions spanning across core areas with structured measures for sustainable benefits.

Apart from providing basic facilities like drinking water and sanitation, the project envisions to contribute to the livelihood development by supporting the local economy through building resilience to agricultural and local food systems, imparting skill and knowledge to overcome extreme climate events and strengthen social networks for financial and social inclusion.

Where We Work




Project Updates

Rural Development programme aspires to benefit 9,000+ people directly and 40,000+ people indirectly at Ernakulam

Sri. P. Rajeev, Minister for Industry, Law and Coir, Govt of Kerala has launched Holistic Rural Development Programme supported by ...
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Hot Sugandhagiri robusta Coffee starts brewing at Kalpetta!

Experience the enriched taste of Wayanad Robusta Coffee at Sugandhagiri Coffee shop, a newly opened coffee outlet at Kalpetta that ...
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Book distribution for libraries

The first phase of 'library support' activity, part of HDFC Bank-supported Holistic rural development programme where books and book shelves ...
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Major Components

Natural Resources Management

Skill Development and Livelihood Enhancement

Health and Hygiene

Financial literacy and inclusion

Imapct Stories

Need of the intervention Lack of quality crop saplings in the region, farmer dependency to outside markets, dwindling diversity of ...
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Hamlet level education support was extended in 5 Paniya Hamlets of Wayanad in Kerala, by the HRDP Parivartan. 5 trained ...
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The Challenge: Ensuring the availability of balanced feed at an affordable price was a constraint to many farmers at Chendamangalam ...
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A stitching studio- sewing classroom was established at Maniyarankudy village in the district of Idukki. The venture has been providing ...
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The screw pine plants grow wild on the banks of rivers, canals, ponds and backwaters of Kerala and also serve ...
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Studies reveal that influx of cash crops, high availability of vegetables in the market and increased purchasing power of households ...
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