Our movement to unite the people of our villages to give village girls proper health care and education. Why? Because it can empower all.
Children in our villages across India return to the ancient art of yoga and find strength to face the challenges in their daily lives.
Hundreds and hundreds of people have rallied in our villages across India to call for girls’ rights to health and education.
Our new coordinator in Kalinagar, West Bengal is visiting each household so that he can be certain to hear what the villagers have to say.
We are beginning self-defence classes for adolescent girls in our villages. The teens learn effective moves for protection if an attacker takes hold.
Two people in Devgain, Jharkhand get a new lease on life. Arpit Tigga, seven years old, and Sohraj Sowasi have more freedom to move on their own in wheelchairs.
The women of Naglachandi, Mathura have much to tell about the life challenges they face. All they need is ears ready to listen…. And what those ears will witness is an innate strength.
Amrita SeRVe is working with a Musahar community in Ratanpur, Bihar to help them live a dignified life. This means not only providing basic needs, but also showing them that they too are people.
Our first set of Amrita SeRVe Fellows completes one year of service in villages across India.