About EndPoverty

End Poverty is a civil society organization registered in 2009 with a purpose to contribute towards poverty reduction in India. With a mandate to work across the country, so far End Poverty has been working in the state of  Rajasthan, Haryana, Karnataka and Delhi with a focus on creating sustainable livelihood. EP’s main target segment is poor households, landless agricultural labourers, small and marginal farmers; traditional artisans, poor and needy women and youths. Capacity building and training are the most important elements among others to support the families striving for change. EP is a professionally managed, forward-looking, catalyst organization that designs & delivers customized, innovative and self-sustaining development programs which are replicable and create social impact. It has carried out development work of Over INR 20 crores in the last three years with the kind support of its donors, partners, and other stakeholders.

EP started with just five villages, today our program are spread out to more than 150 villages and achieved the following results-

  • We have provided education to over 2250 illiterate adolescent girls who have never been to school.
  • EP has trained over 300 women in stitching and tailoring who regularly stitch clothes and making extra earning by utilizing their spare time from farming which is their mainstay.
  • Trained 2700+ youths with 100% success in placement.
  • Planted over 35,350 fruit tree saplings covering 650 farmers from 60 villages, many of the farmers who have received horticulture sapling before three years have started getting the fruits which have further increased the farmers faith in this program. Another 500 farmers have been supported in soil testing, improved seed supply etc. Provided high-quality Artificial Insemination doses to over 5000 farmers to improve animal productivity.
  • EP has organized awareness programs benefitting over 8000 people, 1200 have benefitted from skill development training programs and 560 have benefitted from exposure visits to various development models.