On the successful completion of phase I, we immediately decided to launch the next stage. On April 8th, 2019, Mr. Pradip Burman launched Phase II of the Sanjeevani Project with the same goal of environmental sustainability, at an event attended by guests from various government departments and environment organisations in Delhi and other states.
52.1% of the Indian rural population still defecates in the open. This might be just a fact for you, but it is a harsh reality for many in this country. To improve the standard of living in India, Mobius Foundation has collaborated with DownToEarth and Marta Vanduzer Snow to set up eco toilets in villages of Uttar Pradesh.
We take pride in being the first Indian Non Governmental Organisation to install hydro panels in rural areas at SIRUC (Sundesh Integrated Rural Upliftment Centre). Our pilot project for hydro panels technology was carried out in Hapur, Uttar Pradesh.
Working on the lines of WaSH by UNICEF, we have undertaken the ‘Livinguard Filter’ project for providing sanitation and potable water to people living in remote areas of India. Under this project, we have worked on installing community water purifiers in Nagla village, Uttar Pradesh.
To mitigate the problem of erratic water supply in rural areas, we have adopted SkyWater’s patented technology to make the most of atmospheric water generators. SkyWater’s system uses cutting edge technology to convert atmospheric moisture content into clean drinking water.
In a humble demonstration of a sheer sense of responsibility to respond to the long-standing demands of basic health care facilities from the community, we have organized 48 Mobile Health Camps in the remote areas of Sonepat and Panipat districts. With education, environment and population stabilization as its core focus, we aims to instill a sense of responsibility towards the environment through different projects.
In a bid to increase green cover in state, a mass tree plantation drive is to be undertaken by Mobius foundation, in collaboration with NGO Saathi on 7th of June. The project is to mark the occasion of World Environment Day, with the plantation of 5000 saplings around the villages of Sonepat and Panipat districts of Haryana.
Aakar project is an initiative in line with the Government of India to promote population stabilization in the country. Piloting in UP, the project aims to educate people on the importance of reproductive health, family planning and increasing the uptake of contraceptives.
In support of project Aakar a TVC Dampatti no.1 and a toll free number
(1800-8439- 843) was launched to encourage couples to adopt modern birth control measures. Watch the TVC here.
The Foundation has a firm belief that the three Rs, Reduce, Re-use and Recycle, will help to achieve an eco-friendly environment. These three steps will also ensure conservation of natural resources, decline in energy consumption and decrease in pollution.
As a Sustainable School we will organize the learning around the pre-requisites of identity, aspiration, engagement, and experiential learning: Students will be actively encouraged to cultivate their personal identity as global citizens who contribute to a sustainable future.
Spread over a hundred acres across the beautiful hills of Coorg, the school’s focus is to build strong environmental and moral values among its students. In this endeavour, the school follows the International Baccalaureate programme to turn its students into global citizens. The curriculum also mandates social responsibility and has made mandatory the recycling & re-use of biodegradable products.
International Conference on Sustainability Education will provide a global platform to national and international dignitaries to discuss the need of incorporation of Education for Sustainability (ESD), Climate Change Education (CCE) and Environmental Education (EE)in the current course curriculum.