Samagra Seva has been implementing different projects in the Districts of Patna, Purnea, Gaya, Sheikhpura, Lakhisarai, Begusarai, Gopalganj and Khagaria in Bihar. But, it is in its founders’ home district – Jamui, where the organization has been working intensively. Jamui, Khaira, Gidhaur and Jhajha are form the most disadvantaged and deprived areas of Jamui District wherein Samagra Seva has been able to directly connect to a total of 20493 Population 3971 households and 5978 children coming from 48 villages of 14 Panchayats comprising 348 tribal, 2635 Dalit, 534 Muslim and 464 other poor households.
These Blocks are encircled and scattered with hills, hillocks and a number of rivers and streams with bad road communication and abound in very poor tribal and Dalit populace with no means of livelihood as well as awareness. The soil conditions are not conducive to remunerative agricultural production and the governmental development schemes have miserably failed to make any headway here. This, precisely, is the reason why about 70 percent of the male workforce tends to migrate to metropolises in search of an uncertain livelihood leaving behind them the old, women and children to their vulnerable and precarious conditions.