This is a short video by Sparsh Sarangi, a Grade 12 Student of Kodai International School, on the problem of sanitation in rural India and the effort by an NGO (Gram Vikas) to mobilise the community to come up with household toilets and running piped water
Over two-thirds of Indians live in rural villages. For those 740 million people, earning less than 2 dollars a day, access to healthcare remains an issue. Novartis social business model Arogya Parivar helps deliver healthcare to these underserved millions.
OMC Power electrifies a rural school in the Hardoi district of Uttar Pradesh, helps students to give more focus on their studies
Jacob Mathew, director of Spring Health, speaks about the company?s objectives and how they provide rural India with clean drinking water at 30 paise per litre
Joe Madiath of Gram Vikas speaks about the hazards of water pollution and lack of sanitation, and improper disposal of human waste which cause 80 percent of diseases in Rural India