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A Platform of Global Inclusiveness.

Making rural India aware of the important part it plays globally and how the global community can play an equally important part in their collective wellbeing. Sharing knowledge care, information and means of livelihood with the world.

The COVID-19 pandemic may see more than a quarter of a billion people suffering acute hunger by the end of the year unless swift action is taken to ensure food supply chains keep running. Even before the crisis, more than 820 million people were going hungry. The majority of the world’s poor and hungry people live in the rural areas of developing countries, many working in small-scale agriculture.  Restrictions on movement and trade mean that they cannot access inputs or markets, threatening both lives and livelihoods. 

The demand of this hour is to come together and little effort can create a great difference.

At Global Social Network we come together from all over the world and our projects transform rural communities economically and socially, and promote gender equality and inclusiveness.


Visit our global community here.

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