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The indigenous peoples of India known as Adivasi constitute 8.6 per cent of India’s population, equivalent to 104 million people. Especially, Koya community is the largest adivasi community of Telangana with a population of 3.8 lakhs spread across Bhadradri Kothagudem, Jayashanker, Bhupalpally, Mulugu & Mahabubabaddistricts.


 Gotti Koya Adivasis

Gotti Koya adivasi tribal community is usually found in southern India, especially Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Gotti Koya adivasis live in the forests, plains, and valleys. The people belonging to this community speak Gotti Koya language, also known as Koya Basha, and are members of the  Dravidian language family. The Koya language, also called Koyi, is closely related to Gondi and has been strongly influenced by Telugu, the tongue of the neighbouring Hindu population. Some Koya people also speak Gondi and Telugu, in addition to Koyi.


Problems facing by Gotti Koya Adivasis

  • Adivasis living in the Bhadradri Kothagudem don’t have access to drinking water. Literally they have to walk 1 to 2 kms for drinking water. Hence it is our responsibility to help them get pure drinking water.
  • Gotti Koya tribes don’t have access to schools and educational institutions. Usually they have to walk around 5 kms to reach the school.
  • Majority of the scheduled Tribe population depends on the public health system, as private providers do not have any interest to work in the tribal dominated areas. Therefore, improving the existing public health system becomes all the more important.


Hanvi Foundation is designing and implementing a tailored programme to support Adivasis and help them live happily. We spend the funds collected for quality and healthy food and shelter for them. We also make proper plans to dig drinking water pumps and to provide proper education to the children joining ZP schools. In addition, we also install solar panels to provide uninterrupted power to the rural areas.

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