Vande urvara

Our Work Model
After ample research and groundwork, we decided on taking up our greening activities in two core areas, the underutilized school premises and public gaushalas.

Green Schools

We found that children were deprived of their basic right to education due to a lack of proper facilities. We turned lacklustre school campuses of the desert land into beautiful green playgrounds by planting selected local trees. Soon from dilapidated unwelcome buildings, school campuses were transformed into welcoming spaces where children could study and play amid greenery and life

Green Gaushala

It was noticed that cattle roam about scavenging amidst garbage as the owners had either abandoned them or were themselves not in a position to feed them. We decided on facilitating green fodder to cows and other animals, ensuring healthier livestock. By planting trees in the gaushalas, these areas became a source of food and better, cleaner spaces. Abandoned and past their prime, cattle are now cared for in the newly transformed public gaushalas, with local shrub and tree plantations.

Long Term Impact Expected

 Water conservation
Ecological Improvement
Soil Improvement
Poverty alleviation and employment generation
Community Empowerment and Camaraderie
Higher Farm Yield
Food Security
Mitigating climate changes
Providing raw materials for the artisans
Repairing the ecosystem
Community prosperity

“There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about .”
Margaret J.Wheatley