Diversification With Integrated Management for Upliftment of People’s Lives (DWIMU)
In Bodoland

Improve the socio-economic condition of 40,000 households in the Bodoland region and contribute towards their sustainable development.
(April 2023-March 2028)

The Chief Executive Member (CEM) of Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC), Shri Pramod Boro, invited BRLF to collaborate in January 2021. The goal was to support comprehensive livelihood development in the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) and enhance the capabilities of the Village Council Development Committees (VCDCs) and local community-based organizations. As a result, the BTC government and BRLF announced the formation of the BRLF Bodoland Task Force. The Task Force comprised members from both BTC and BRLF and was tasked with creating an approach paper outlining the potential interventions by BRLF in the BTR. The concept note was developed based on two visits made by the Task Force to Bodoland and subsequent discussions with various regional stakeholders, including community members.

Project Goal and Objectives


Transform the socio-economic condition of the tribes, Adivasis, and other vulnerable households in the region over five years and contribute to their sustainable development.


Increased Income levels of Scheduled Tribes, Adivasis and other vulnerable households of Bodoland

Improved Governance of local institutions

Increased capacities of community institutions and grassroots functionaries


Leveraging MGNREGA
Farm-based Livelihoods
Improving Governance of local institutions
Enhancing capacities of community institutions and grassroots functionaries
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In Collaboration with

Bodoland Territorial Council,

Kokrajhar, Assam

Azim Premji Foundation,

Funding Partner

Implementing CSO Partners