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Be the change you want to see in the world.

-Mahatma Gandhi-

There is nothing impossible if a woman puts her mind to it.

-Meena, SHG Member-

Sustainable approach to let nature and people prosper.

-Haresh Sharma, CEVA Founder-


Tribal Development

Socio-Economic development of Himalayan tribal communities.


Reducing dependency on forests by creating alternate livelihood opportunities.

Women Empowerment

Active women Self Help Groups providing social and financial support.

Health Services

Organising health camps & providing health services to remote Himalayan tribal communities.

Agriculture promotion

Promoting organic agriculture practices & horticulture in Himalayan region.

Financial Inclusion

Linking tribal community members with mainstream banking & finance facilities.

Tribal Mart

Facilitating economic & Market opportunities to indigenous Himalayan tribal communities.

Tribal Tourism

Promoting Tribal culture & tradition by hosting guests at locally run homestays in Pangi Valley.


CEVA is working in the Western Himalayan tribal regions of Pangi valley, Bharmour, Kinnaur and Lahaul & Spiti. Pangi Valley is one of the most backward tribal blocks of Chamba district. The entire district is one among the most backward and poorly developed district of India. The altitude of the valley ranges from 2,000m to 6,000m. Heavy snowfall and semi arctic like climate make the life very tough here in this area. Killar, the headquarters of Pangi valley is situated at an altitude of 2,600m. Pangwals and Bhots are the inhabitants of Pangi valley. The life of tribal people especially women in the Pangi, Bharmour and Lahaul & Spiti is the worst with the lowest literacy rates.


CEVA’s efforts striving to meet 6 UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030.


Self Help Groups

Empowered Women

Villages Reached

Progressive Farmers

PangiHills Delhi Exhibition-cum-Sale Participation

Tribal Women from inaccessible remote areas of Pangi valley in Chamba, H.P. has showcase their products in Aajeevika Mela (14th April – 23rd April) held at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. (more…)

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Reemergence of Chamba Chappal with CEVA’s intervention

How the world famous art of Chamba Chappal is getting revived with the help of local NGO.

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Financial Inclusion Program

Financial Inclusion Programme in Pangi and Bharmour two Tribal Blocks of Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh.

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