In Ratanpur, Bihar, the villagers had only two water pumps and, for many years, only one of them worked. Amrita SeRVe brings a new solution.
Thirty-eight illiterate women in the semi-tribal village of Guptapada, Odisha decide they want to learn to read.
AMMACHI Labs is training women in masonry skills to build toilets in their villages and, at the same time, teach them about the importance of toilet use, hygiene and sanitation.
Amma says it is time to acknowledge that our villages are our very foundation and move forward with one heart and one mind to protect and serve them.
How to take used and often dirty plastic bags that are all too often garbage in the street and turn them into useful items that can actually be sold for good money?
As part of the Ugadi events in Komalikudy, the students from Andhra begged Tathi, one of the village elders, to sing. It took some convincing, but finally she opened her beautiful voice–and heart–for all to share.
In 2015, 108 students and faculty from Amrita University visited Amrita SeRVe villages for two weeks of seva and collectively did more than 20,000 hours of service across the country.