Direct Intervention in Field

LEADS is working directly with more than 500 villages in West Singhbhum, Latehar, Khunti, Ramgarh, Hazaribagh, Simdega, Saraikela, Lohardaga and Slums of Ranchi. LEADS is working with Gram Sabhas, SHGs, Kisan Clubs,Read More...

Lobby,Advocacy and Networking

LEADS believes that to create a greater impact in favour of poor and marginalized people, CSOs needs to play a role of pro-people policy lobbyist and advocator in Jharkhand on various issuesRead More...

Research and Publication

LEADS have been extensively conducting research and issue based publications, manual preparation, etc. for enriching the development interventions. This work will be further reinforced to utilize the organization’s professional qualities and supportRead More...

Promotional & Professional Support

LEADS is devoted to enrich the fellow organizations working in the development sector in Jharkhand by providing consultancy services and organizing trainings on different issues, Training on various themes like Budget Analysis,Read More...

Welcome to LEADS

“Life Education and Development Support” (LEADS) is a trust, established by a committed group of professionals on 14 Dec. 2005 for the development and empowerment of poor and unorganized people of rural area and urban slums in Jharkhand and adjacent states like Chhattisgarh, Bihar and Odisha. LEADS has all the legal registrations (including FCRA) required to run the organisation. LEADS was established with the purpose to create some developmental models by unfolding human potentials, which is the core element of sustainability and replicate such models with the support of Govt. and other developmental organizations. To cater the needs of the people, we collectively decided to have the following core values of LEADS, in its organizational management and developmental interventions:
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News & Events

  European Union Partners Visit in Torpa Block of Khunti District under the Good Governance project from 24th April to 28th April, 2017

  SMC State Conference on School Development Plan & Quality Education was conducted on 28th March 2017 in Hotel Le Lac, Ranchi.

  Block Level Bal Samagam will be conducted in Torpa Block of Khunti district in Jharkhand in the month of April 2017


Success Story


LEADS under the “Good Governance Project” supported by WHH and EU

SPG P.S. Dorma, is a primary school in Khas Dorma of Dorma panchayat in Torpa block, Khunti district. Earlier the school was having only two rooms of which one classroom was usedRead More...
By : admin | Nov 5, 2016

MGNREGA-NRLM Convergence programme and started sharing the programme in the Gram Sabha

This is a story about Gangira village of Ganaloya panchayat of Muruhu Block in Khunti District, Jharkhand. The village Gangira is 07 Kms away from Murhu block. The village itself is isolatedRead More...
By : admin | Nov 5, 2016

When the MelJol programme was initiated in the schools

Anima Gadi is a student of Kalamati School, studying in 8th class has two brothers and sisters including herself. Her father is a farmer and mother mostly a house-wife but she oftenRead More...
By : admin | Nov 5, 2016

LEADS has been working in this village for three years supported by MKSP project

Bajigama village comes under the Hassa panchayat in Murhu Block of Khunti district. Bajigama is having Burju road in east, Murhu Block in west, Pokla in north, and Ganaloya in south. BajigamaRead More...
By : admin | Nov 5, 2016

Sosotoli village is in Sundari Panchayat of Torpa block

Sosotoli village is in Sundari Panchayat of Torpa block. This village is located about 2 Kms away from the Khunti to Torpa connecting road. The distance of Sosotoli from the block HQRead More...
By : admin | Nov 5, 2016
"The “Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009 is one of important steps taken by Government to ensure quality education. I wish all the best to the LEADS team for their effort in this initiative."Aradhana Patnayak Principal Secretary, HRD
"I am happy to see the work done by Life Education and Development Support (LEADS), Jharkhand .Quality education is first and foremost responsibility of the school." K.N. TripathyEx Minister, Rural Development and Labour,
"The joint effort of Jharkhand Right to Education Forum ,” Jharkhand Primary Education Forum and LEADS to strengthen School management committee is just commendable. This will definitely help in developing School Development plan." C.P. SinghSpeaker, The Legislative Assembly, Jharkhand
"The “Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009”is one of the landmark legislations which ensures quality education for all children in the age group of 6-14 years. This is my pleasure to see the Training Manual publication by our partner organisation LEADS ."Joachim SchwarzRegional Director, South Asia, Welthhungerhilfe Regional Office South Asia New Delhi
"I am happy to know that the” Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009” ensure quality education for all children in the age group 0f 6-14 years."Geetashree OraonMinister,Government of Jharkhand , HRD, Sports and Cultural Department, Jharkhand
"Gender Responsive Budget (GRB) is important for the gender mainstreaming .It is useful for formulating any programme for the upliftment of women."Annapurna Devi Minister, Water Resources ,Social Welfare, Women and Child Development and Registration Department