How We Work

Over 10,000 young people have walked with us on our journey to help create a sustainable and self-sufficient rural India. And our supporters aren’t limited to the young and able bodied, but also the experienced and visionary.

Our Approach

We believe alliances and partnerships towards the cause of each village is the most productive way to address their issues. We partner with grassroot organizations that have a deep understanding of the communities in the region, opening a continuous dialogue with rural residents to understand their particular needs, before devising an actionable framework.

Pre Implementation

We identify the village in need and a grassroot partner with representation within the community. After engaging in a dialogue exploring the villagers’ requirements, a technical feasibility study is conducted to understand the landscape and the provisions required to create a framework for intervention.

Implementation

It is essential for the villagers to become stakeholders in their own development, in kind (bhoodaan) and effort (shramdaan), to make the change sustainable. As they join in construction and installation of each phase of the intervention, the project comes to life.

Post Implementation​

Our work does not end with the arrival of light or water in a village. We have a rigorous monitoring system in place that allows for timely evaluations, and addresses the further requirements of the community that arise out of scaled development.

Creating Frameworks That Yield Solutions

Each village has a unique problem. In some cases, the villages are small and centred, but the owned farmlands are scattered. Bringing light and water to the village is essential, but if we are unable to bring that same water to the farmlands, our intervention loses sustainability, for an income generation component empowers and enables these villagers to invest in their own future.

Home Electrification

Our solar home lighting solutions provide light in a fixed and portable set up. They also provide mobile charging stations and can have an added feature of SD cards with audio and radio for portable learning.

Street Lights

Sensor based solar street lights are strategically placed at common and convenient locations on village streets.

School Electrification

Solar packs and mini grids help power lights, fans, and equipment to enable e-learning in small and large rural schools.

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Water Filtration For Schools

Solar powered water filtration systems are installed at schools for access to clean and pure drinking water.

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Solar Water Heating For Schools

Ashramshalas or rural boarding schools require hot water facilities and our solar powered water heating system allows for that at a large scale.

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Community Water Filtration

Solar powered water lifting brings water to an ultrafiltration unit with convenient tap outlets, allowing for easy access to clean and pure drinking water.

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Water Supply For Toilets

Solar powered water lifting brings water supply to toilets to make them functional.

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PHC Solar Support

Solar packs and mini grids help power lights, fans, and equipment essential for medical services.

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Solar Powered Lift Irrigation

Solar powered pumps pull water from water sources to the highest point in villages, further distributing it using gravity to farmlands, providing irrigation all year round.

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Electrification For Village Industry

Mini grids power rural machinery such as grain hulls and cottage industries for non agricultural livelihood promotion.

Our Partners In Purpose

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