Our Values


We conduct ourselves with uncompromising integrity and honesty and insist on the highest ethical standards and transparency from our employees in all interactions. Everything we do must stand public scrutiny.

Passion for Excellence

We relentlessly pursue excellence through innovation and continuous improvement in all our projects, processes and products. To set our standards, we benchmark with the best in the World.


We align efforts and energies of our people across all levels and geographies to deliver outstanding results to our stakeholders. We encourage diverse opinions and yet work together in a coordinated and mutually supportive way.

Entrepreneurial Spirit

We empower our employees to generate new ideas, explore avenues and offer solutions that add exceptional value. We encourage them to build ownership in all endeavors by assuming responsibility with passion and conviction.

Respect and Care

We are compassionate and sensitive towards all our stakeholders and treat them the way we would expect to be treated. We provide equal and fair opportunity for employment, learning and career development.

Customer Focus

We strive to understand and meet customer needs in a professional and responsive manner. We focus on building long term partnerships for mutual benefit and take responsibility for delivering on our commitment.


Offering the country an alternative, ever evolving, sustainable and replicable model of development that focuses on enriching quality of life through enhanced human and natural resources.


Gramodaya through Partners Convergence, Peoples’ Empowerment, Social Upliftment and Spiritual Enlightenment.


Improving the social and economic conditions of rural poor families and performance of Human DevelopmentIndicators in Dhule district through a combination of land based activities, livestock development and skill enhancement.


India and the world are committed to address severe poverty issues in its varied dimensions and forms through Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) adopted by United Nations (UN). The MDGs offer appropriate for development programmes to improve socio-economic conditions in the country in conjunction with gender equality, better education and environmental sustainability.

The first MDG of ‘Eradication of Poverty and Hunger’ is critical for success. There is a need toportion out resources to social programs for alleviating poverty and improving health to attain this end. Achieving MDGs will have to be a shared responsibility of both public and private sector. Realizing this obligation, the ‘Change India Programme’ has been initiated by DBMG Foundation to contribute in this worldwide effort of poverty alleviation.

However, in the recent years poverty in India has been on retreat and several studies have indicated it. According to one WB Report “it is very much possible to move large amounts of people into better living standards. The research shares that in the last 30 years, over 700 million people were lifted out of extreme poverty, 527 million in the past decade. ”To put simply, the“pace of improvement has been accelerating. ”

Hence the time has come to move beyond and focus on living standard and empowerment. Research shows that people need to not only move merely above the poverty line, but to prosper two-three times as much as they currently are to officially break the cycle of poverty and be “Empowered”. Mckensey Global Institute in this context has developed eight indicators of measuring living standards. It has also developed ‘empowerment line’ which is well above poverty line adopted by Indian government to measure poverty. DBMGF has now adopted this framework and committed itself for all round empowerment of the people in Dhule district.


  • Mrs. Manju Gupta
  • Mr. Nilesh Gupta
  • Vineeta Gupta


Sita Ram Gupta - Executive Director

Working as an Executive Director of Lupin Human Welfare & Research Foundation (LHWRF) with overall administration and control of integrated and holistic rural development activities being carried out in four Indian States, viz., Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Uttarakhand. Corporate Non-governmental Organization Lupin Human Welfare & Research Foundation (LHWRF) has been promoted by Lupin Limited – a major Indian pharmaceutical company. Developing proper sustainable linkages between Government and the people for implementing various rural development programmes with a special emphasis on economic development programmes (income generation programmes) for the poorest of the poor, marginalized sections of the society, youth and women. With team effort LHWRF has been developed as one of the largest NGO in the country.

Raosaheb Badhe - Chief Program Manager

Being Masters in Social Work, Shri Badhe has been involved in various poverty alleviation initiatives since 1989. He has designed, mobilized and implemented numerous Government and Non-Government projects related to natural resource management, urban poverty alleviation, health and livelihood enhancement. He is a down-to-earth motivated person and leads the state level operations of the Foundation. He has excellent skills in launching new development ventures that turn ideas into actions.


  • Yogesh Raut
    (Project Manager)
  • Nilesh Pawar
    (Project Manager–Micro finance)
  • Sandip Zanzane
    (Sr. Project Coordinator–NFS)
  • Sandip Kakade
    (Sr. Project Coordinator–Agri. & AH)
  • Sunil Saindane
    (Sr. Officer – HR)
  • Dr. Hemant Bhadane
    (Sr. Project Coordinator - Women Empowerment, Health & Education)
  • Jitendra Sonawane
    (Sr. Project Coordinator – Water Resource Development)