Projects

CURRENT PROJECTS

ICSE 2019

International Conference on Sustainable Education (ICSE)

The international conference provides a global platform for world dignitaries, and intellects to address the current and emerging sustainability challenges and a need for Education for Sustainability (ESD), Climate Change Education (CCE) and Environmental Education (EE) in the current course curriculum.

Mobile Health Camps

Responding to the need for basic health facilities in the community, Mobius Foundation deployed 48 Mobile Health Camps in the remote areas of Sonipat and Panipat. The initiative successfully created awareness of healthcare and hygiene among farmers, women, youth, and students.

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Project Aakar

Project Aakar is aimed at tackling the problem of increasing population in India. Keeping in line with the Govt. Of India’s initiative to stabilize population, the program is designed to burst age-old myths, changing mindset and promoting the use of modern contraceptives among couples. Piloted in Uttar Pradesh, the program educates young couples on the importance of reproductive health and family planning.

Sanjeevani

On 7th June 2018, World Environment Day, a mass tree plantation drive was undertaken under the Sanjeevani initiative to increase the green cover in the state of Haryana. In a bid to reduce pollution and carbon footprint, over 5000 saplings were in partnership with numerous schools, farmers, self-help groups, Kisan club members, and NGOs. The saplings are taken care of by individual groups that are monitored with a structured monitoring system.

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Eco Toilets

As per 2011 census, over 69.3% of rural households in India did not have a toilet. The Eco Toilet project was started to overcome open defecation problems and offer rural households access to adequate sanitation, clean water and proper sewage infrastructure.
Eco toilets are a low-cost option for safe and hygienic sanitation. The self-cleansing toilets are low maintenance and require less amount of land to build.

Hydro Panel

Mobius Foundation is the first NGO in India to install hydro panels in rural areas at SIRUC (Sundesh Integrated Rural Upliftment Centre) in Hapur district Uttar Pradesh. This pilot project is a part of many ecological projects undertaken by us towards environmental sustainability. These hydropanels will provide potable water using air and sun, renewable sources of energy.

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Livinguard Filters

Livinguard Filters

More than 50% of the Indian population does not have access to clean drinking water. To overcome this long-standing problem, we installed Hydro Panels at Sundesh Integrated Rural Upliftment Centre (SIRUC) in Hapur District of Uttar Pradesh. Inspired by the WASH initiative by UNICEF, the project aims to provide sanitation and potable water to people living in remote areas in India.

Atmospheric Water Generation

To tackle the problem of depleting groundwater levels and the erratic water supply in rural areas, the ‘Atmospheric Water Generation’ project was started.
The project employs SkyWater’s patent technology that converts atmospheric moisture content to clean and drinkable water. This low-maintenance technology can be vital to mitigate drinking water problems in rural areas.

Atmospheric Water Generator

FUTURE/ON-GOING PROJECTS

Sustainable School, Gyan Anant Vidyalaya

Gyan Anant Vidyalaya

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.

World Environment School, Coorg

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.

World Environment School, Coorg