Since 2003, Zaggora Founder Dessi Bell has been working with Gravis, a charity based in the Thar desert in Rajasthan, India. Gravis works with the United Nations Development Program and hundreds of other organizaIons to support around 1,2 million people and their families living in over 1,300 remote villages. One of the flagship programs of Gravis is supporting women by creating community groups to form businesses to improve their livelihoods and education.
We sponsor womens' groups to create opportunity in 4 key areas.
Dessi first travelled there to work with Gravis when she was a student during her summer vacation. The experience changed her life and she’s been helping women ever since. Today, Zaggora gives $1 from every item bought by you, to Gravis to continue their wonderful work as a leading NGO in India. We support thousands of women helping them to create a better life for themselves and their families.
Why Gravis? Not least because of Dessi’s personal relationship but because the Thar Desert receives less than 200 mm of rain water a year. It’s the size of the UK and one of the most challenging environments on Earth. Gravis focuses on improving the lives of women, local water security, health, education, community development, sustainable farming and research.
All this means that the lives of the women and families who live there are better, healthier and happier. Dessi has personally sponsored several community groups of women, who use the money to form small businesses to profoundly improve their lives.
Make an order on the website. We’ll take $5 from every order and we’ll use it to fund our giving program. Every time you make an order, we’ll help power women in the developing world to a healthier, happier life.
The Zaggora giving team collaborates with gravis, one of the leading NGOs in India to help power women’s groups in the Rajathstan region. Every month we send them a payment which they use to support women.
Gravis makes the money available for women’s groups to develop small businesses, learn practical skills, access to banking and startup capital.
Since 2011, Zaggora has been powering 1 million women in 143 countries
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