School children were falling and hurting themselves in an open drain in front of the primary school. School management, villagers and Amrita SeRVe join to fix the problem.
Villagers, especially the youth, of Indpur, Himachal Pradesh get together to clean the streets of their community.
In backyard spaces, farm families are figuring out ways to ensure their basic nutritional needs and food security with kitchen gardens.
Thirty-eight illiterate women in the semi-tribal village of Guptapada, Odisha decide they want to learn to read.
Cleanliness lined the streets in Sadivayali, Tamil Nadu as litter and other garbage was collected by eager hands who volunteered their time.
In Gudupadi Cheruvu, Andhra Pradesh, a huge step forward has been taken in terms of drinking water supply for the village.
The first group of Amrita SeRVe Fellows has completed their one year of service in our villages across India.
Reusable sanitary cotton napkins, which is a new income generation project for village women, sold quickly at Amma’s 63rd birthday celebrations in Amritapuri.
How to bring the light of solar power to the light of education? In Devgain, Jharkhand, there can often be no electricity, but now students can study at night anytime.