SAMUHA
works with vulnerable people to improve their quality of life within defined periods of time.
SAMUHA derives its name from the Sanskrit, which  means an organised group or society. This reflects our belief that development is best sustained when undertaken through group processes.

We began our operations in January 1987, in the Deodurg Taluk of Raichur district in North Karnataka.

We Work With

  • Women
  • Children
  • People with Disabilities
  • People Living with/Vulnerable to HIV/AIDS
  • People Deprived of Social Justice, and
  • Communities that are Climate-Challenged

SAMUHA  Works in two districts of Karnataka : Raichur and Koppal.


SAMUHA  is also working in 9 districts of Karnataka under various programmes