Sometimes the path of selfless service takes a little side trip…. How helping a young boy pass bricks brought unexpected joy.
School students in Byse, Karnataka were inspired to plant 40 trees around their school. They joyfully promised to water regularly and take attentive care of the saplings.
During Raksha Bhandan this year, the women and girls of Harirampura, Rajasthan tied rakhi to trees—their big brothers.
In Nani Borvai, Gujarat, there is a new commitment to make the village free of piles of plastic waste in streets, fields and such places.
The villagers of Komalikudi in Kerala have a lot to celebrate on Independence Day. Thanks to Amrita SeRVe’s work over the years, their village has been transformed.
A team of three university students from Canada visited Ratanpur in Bihar to work with villagers and built a good rapport inspite of language and cultural barriers.
Amrita SeRVe is promoting soakage pits in all our villages so that waste water can be directed underground and recharge groundwater.
In Madhya Pradesh, one of our priorities is to tutor children who have to work in the fields throughout the daytime.
In Deurbal, Chattisgarh, we have started a program for infant care kits to newborns in the village.
With a new approach, Amrita SeRVe launches its second initiative to build smokeless chulhas.