To empower local communities in the areas of education, health, and environment by creating awareness, building capacities, networking, encouraging local participation, and using alternative resources.
Poor and deprived villagers will become aware of existing local resources and empowered to utilize them, advancing towards a respectable, sustainable, and self-dependent livelihood.
People-centered approach : ALERT believes in the importance of working with key stakeholders at the village level, leveraging their influence, skills, and resources to achieve project outcomes. This approach promotes sustainability, ensuring that community leaders will have the knowledge and power to be successful long after a project's completion
Participation of local self-governance : Cooperation and collaboration with local government is a critical part of our approach. ALERT implements programs through the existing infrastructure of Panchayati Raj Institutions, building capacities of village government leaders to confront local challenges.
Faith in youth energy : Local youths are integral components of our village-based projects. Giving young villagers responsibilities within our activities promotes community ownership of projects and provides these young leaders with the necessary training, experience, and confidence to make a difference in the future
Respect to all : ALERT has a prevailing attitude of appreciation for the dignity of every human life. Our projects are aimed at elevating the standard of living for the most impoverished segments of society. We administer these projects with respect for the customs and livelihoods of all project beneficiaries.
ALERT has on-going projects within different areas of Gogunda Block, as well as the Bhilwara district. These areas are part of the Aravali hills, inhabited mostly by tribal people (Bhils). Poor farming land, decreasing vegetation, low productivity of livestock, and high rates of migration characterize the vast majority of our working areas.