Over the past decade we have worked with corporations across varied industries.

The thread that ties them all together has been the common purpose to see their funds used in a way that makes the greatest deep impact.

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Over the past decade we have worked with corporations across varied industries.

The thread that ties them all together has been the common purpose to see their funds used in a way that makes the greatest deep impact.

Types Of Projects

We engage in a variety of different solution oriented interventions. We choose each project solution based on the unique requirement of the village, as well as the technical and resource feasibility. When you sponsor a project, we’ll pair your donation with a project of an appropriate cost. These are some of our solutions:

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Home Lighting

Our solar home lighting solutions provides all homes in the village with lights, portable lamps and charging points, to reduce the dependance on kerosene and wood burning for light.

This impacts not only the villagers’ health, but also the environment, their savings, and their right to a continuous and affordable source of electricity.

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Village Lighting

Along with home lighting, we provide sensor-based streetlights to make villagers safer and build community.

ZP Schools and Aanganwaadis receive lights and fans that run on solar power along with access to projectors for engaged learning. PHCs receive back-up solar power to perform their functions efficiently.

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Solar Powered Water Lifting For Health And Hygiene

A system that has significantly improved the health indicators of villages, solar powered water lifting pulls water to a central point in the village, further putting it through an ultrafiltration system, making clean and pure drinking water available to the villagers.

Water is also distributed to ‘houds’, concrete tanks, for domestic use and to make toilets functional.

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Solar Powered Lift Irrigation

Along with home lighting, we provide sensor-based streetlights to make villagers safer and build community.

ZP Schools and Aanganwaadis receive lights and fans that run on solar power along with access to projectors for engaged learning. PHCs receive back-up solar power to perform their functions efficiently.

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Solar Electrification Of Education Institutions

With varied schools in each village as well as Ashramshaals for senior school, the solar electrification implemented in these institutions, provides them with lights, fans, access to power for engagement models like computers and projectors, and also drinking water, water heating, and street lighting on the pivot of solar power.

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Integrated Village Development

A combination of all our interventions, the framework of these projects are designed to suit the unique needs of each village on the pivot of clean energy; specifically social security, health and sanitation, education support, and livelihood promotion.

Project Reporting To Keep You Involved

Project Reporting To
Keep You Involved

Funding an entire project means you’ll be recognized as the official project sponsor. But it takes time. For an Integrated Village Development Project, here’s what to expect over the course of the next 24 months.

Project Preparation

At The Start

Program Cycle Begins.

Based on the needs of a village that
requires intervention, and your budgetary requirements as a donor, we enable donor-project matching for successful implementation.

At 2 Months

Our team prepares.

Before construction begins, our team and grassroot partner do extensive research and prep work, get permits and supplies, and partner the local community to ensure long-term sustainability.

You Get Update 1

Project Progress

Between 3 - 6 Months

Construction & evaluation.

Construction takes place, ensuring a community buy-in from the villagers, and moves swiftly towards completion. Testing and evaluation is conducted at every stage to ensure feasibility and adequate functioning.

Between 6 - 9 Months

Construction concludes.

Our team and partners finish the work and train local communities to use and maintain their installations. Empowerment and education form the pillars of our program and our team works towards empowering villagers to take charge of their own development.

You Get Update 2

Project Completion

Between 9 - 12 Months

Final Data Collection.

Our team collects photos and GPS coordinates of the completed project and shares information about the specific work delivered against the proposal that had been approved.

You Get The Completion Report

Between 12 - 24 Months

Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning.

2 and 4 cropping cycles into the project, we share the impact of your contribution. Based on your company mandate, an internal or external evaluator assesses the progress of the intervention, measuring the quantitative and qualitative change it has brought to the village.

You Get The Impact Report

See An Example Of The Completion Report You’ll Receive When Your Project Is Finished.

Proving It On Google Maps

Proving It On Google
Maps

When projects are complete, we prove every one with photos and GPS coordinates on Google Maps.

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Clean + Green Energy

Continuous and affordable energy is a right, and the sustainability of solar power ensures a carbon neutral impact.

Social Security

Light after dark makes room for a community to grow. As people convene for recreation and community-building activities, safety is also addressed specially for women and children, allowing them to tend to their needs outside the home after dark.

Education

With power cuts and unaffordability, schools remain in darkness during working hours, leaving minimal room for engagement and learning.

Adding to this, millions of young girls spend their school-hours helping collect water for their families, and schools see high drop out rate, specifically for girls. Light and water challenges that statistic.

Health And Sanitation

Diarrhoea is the second most leading cause of death in children under 5 years old. Access to pure drinking water, access to water for hygiene, and access to sanitation facilities prevents waterborne diseases, vastly improving health indicators.

Livelihood Support

80% of our villagers are tribals living below the poverty line. Agricultural villages dependent on monsoon crops remain economically despondent all the rest of the year.

Solar powered lift irrigation brings a continuous livelihood in the form of multi cropping. Food security and a continuous livelihood form the backbone of a village moving towards zero migration.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Let’s Do Good.

Hi I’m Sabah. I work every day to match villages in need with donors looking to make a difference.

I am here to take you through projects that may suit your goal, answer your questions, or simply connect to understand what you need.

Sustainable rural development is no small cause. I’d like to join you on this journey.