Amrita SeRVe villages are participating Swachhta Hi Seva, a massive clean up campaign all across India.
The President of India declares 12 Amrita SeRVe villages Open Defecation Free.
People in Pandori, Jammu & Kashmir will soon have 24-hour drinking water that is nearby and safe.
Women in Harirampura, Rajasthan are building toilets in five more homes to bring an end to open defecation in their village.
We must take responsibility for our children’s future and do what we can to begin to reverse the effects of climate change and pollution.
Villagers gather in Guptapada, Odisha to rally and make their home an open-defecation-free village.
A community centre in Kanti, Haryana got a makeover–indoor toilet installed and bright, clean paint job on the walls.
Villagers are uniting to get trash out of their public areas and keep them clean.
Teaching children the simple solution of washing hands with soap is helping to save lives.
Village children are passing along the benefits of hand washing to their elders.