Wheels Global Foundation and Pratham Partner To Promote Girls Education In India






Pratham’s Second Chance Program Assists Female School Dropouts through the Provision of Digital Learning

WASHINGTON, DC — October 17, 2016, WHEELS Global Foundation, a nonprofit organization that is a pioneer in applying technology to uplift rural communities, and Pratham, one of India’s largest educational nonprofits, which provides quality education to underprivileged children, announced a partnership to promote girls' education in underserved communities in five states in India.

An alarming 80% of girls in India leave school before completing eighth grade, due to persisting socioeconomic and cultural norms.  The WGF grant will help enhance Pratham’s Second Chance program, which assists female school dropouts over the age of 14 in completing their secondary school education and earning their 10th Standard diploma, through the provision of digital learning resources.

Presently, Pratham operates 33 centers connected to 200 learning sites in nine Indian states: Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Rajasthan and Telangana, aimed at supporting female dropouts. The partnership will introduce digital learning solutions in five of these states, reaching 1,700 students.  Laptops and tablets with pre-loaded Pratham content in the areas of Science, Math and English as well as “Spoken Tutorials,” a digital educational tool which will be made accessible to students at Pratham learning sites, which typically caters to 25-30 students, and loaned to groups of students so they can access class lessons on their own time and at their own pace, while also becoming familiar with digital technology in general.

“We are honored to have the support of the WHEELS Global Foundation. By augmenting the girls’ education program with access to interactive and engaging digital content, we hope to provide them with a more robust learning experience and improve outcomes,” said Head of Pratham’s Second Chance program Renu Seth, who is in the US to promote girls’ education. Seth added that the technology will also help develop Pratham’s infrastructure: “We spend an inordinate amount of time and resources building capacity. There is a high demand for teachers in rural areas who can teach secondary school content but attrition is also high. Having the technology in place to support teaching training is an added benefit and will greatly improve Pratham’s ability to support these young women.”

The Second Chance program offers females an alternative education model that engages them in a safe, supportive environment and helps them obtain their diploma, improving their prospects for higher education and employment. Since its inception in 2011, the program has impacted the lives of more than 18,000 girls and women, with pass percentages for enrollees reaching 88% in the 2015-16 school years. "We are thrilled to partner with Pratham on their Second Chance initiative to assist the young dropout girls,” says Hiten Ghosh, President of WGF. “Using digital teaching tools allows the young adults to learn at their own pace, which is important,” he adds.

Learn more about the Second Chance program at www.prathamusa.org/program/girls-education/.

About WHEELS Global Foundation (WGF): WHEELS Global Foundation is a 501(c)(3) that provides technological solutions to global challenges in six areas; water, health, education, energy, lifestyles, and sustainability.  The non-profit organization’s recent successes include striking water at 675’ after months of drilling for clean water in Tamliyar village in Barmer district of Rajasthan, India.  They have provided clean drinking water to over 50,000 rural villagers in India thus far, transforming 14 acres of barren land into a productive land of abundance and delivering healthcare monitoring to 60,000 households working with their collaborator Sevak Foundation. They have also been able to provide sanitary toilets to villagers with the help of their partner; Habitat for Humanity – India Builds. For information on how to make a tax-deductible contribution, visit: www.WHEELSGlobalFoundation.org  

About Pratham

Established in the slums of Mumbai in 1995, Pratham is now one of India’s largest non-governmental education organizations, having affected the lives of more than 45 million underprivileged children in the past two decades. To achieve its mission of “every child in school and learning well,” Pratham develops practical solutions to address gaps in the education system and works in collaboration with India’s governments, communities, educators and industry to increase learning outcomes and influence education policy.

Pratham USA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a consistent four-star rating from Charity Navigator that seeks to raise awareness and mobilize financial resources for its work in India. For more information or to make a tax-deductible contribution, visit prathamusa.org.


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WHEELS Foundation Honors Trailblazers, Partners With Global Association Of Physicians

Bethesda, MD - On June 2, 2016, The WHEELS Global Foundation, a non-profit started by alumni of India’s Indian Institutes of Technology, held its first fundraising gala June 2 in Maryland, recognizing several “Trailblazers” and signing a landmark agreement with the Global Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (GAPIO).

The WGF whose mission is to provide technological solutions to global challenges, recognized 12 individuals with “Trailblazer” awards. It also signed an agreement with GAPIO to implement projects focusing on obesity prevention among veterans in 100 VA hospitals in the U.S.


“This is the beginning of a partnership that will expand in the future,” said Dr. Sudhir Parikh, treasurer of GAPIO, publisher of News India Times and recipient of India’s Padma Shri award. “With GAPIO’S membership from 34 countries and our diversified skills, we can channel resources toward healthcare and into education for preventive health in India and elsewhere,” he added. Dr. Parikh along with Dr. Sanku Rao, president of GAPIO, signed the agreement with WGF President Hiten Ghosh, at the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, MD, where the gala was held.

Some 250 guests paid top dollars and pledged donations to WGF to the amount of $225,000, organizers told News India Times.

In his speech at the gala, Ghosh said clean drinking water is a challenge in many rural parts of the world, and WGF has been involved in providing clean water to seven villages, and plans to continue to use new technology to find efficient solutions to difficult development challenges.

The 12 philanthropic trailblazers recognized were — Raj Gupta, former CEO of Rohm and Haas; Mahinder Tak, a promoter of Indian Heritage and Arts and a mentor to young Indians aspiring to join public services and politics; Narayana Murthy, co-founder of Infosys; Pradman Kaul, president of Hughes Network System; Madhav Chavan, the co-founder and the CEO of the educational non-profit, Pratham; Scott Case, the founding CTO for Priceline, the “Name Your Own Price” company, who was also the keynote speaker.

Other awardees include Dr. Thakor Patel, a U.S. Navy veteran; Kannan Moudgalya, professor of Chemical Engineering, Systems and Control, and Educational Technology at IIT Bombay; Madhu Reddy, Dr. Uma Koduri of the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center in Muskogee, Oklahoma, known for founding the Walk World Walkathon Organization in 2011 among other initiatives; Ashank Desai, founder and former chairman of MASTEK Limited, a publicly-held IT solutions player with global operations, and advisor to Mastek Foundation, whose mission is to enable “Informed Giving and Responsible Receiving”; and Dr. Alok Agrawal, founder and president of NGOs in the US and India called Global Pragathi and Pragathi Welfare Society, involved in preventive health in India and the U.S. He is a practicing nephrologist in Ohio.

India’s Ambassador to the U.S. Arun Singh also spoke at the gala and presented some of the Trailblazer  awards.

This news article was published on 'News India Times' : http://www.newsindiatimes.com/foundation-honors-trailblazers-partners-with-global-association-of-physicians/20309

WHEELS Global Foundation’s First Annual Achievement Awards Gala, “A Huge Success”

The charity event was attended by Radio and TV personalities; international dignitaries; and DC metropolitan area socialites.

Bethesda, MD - 
The WHEELS Global Foundation (WGF) hosted their first annual Achievement Awards Gala on June 2, 2016 at the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, MD. The evening was a huge success, highlighting global philanthropic superstars. Throughout the night, honorees were recognized for their outstanding accomplishments in giving back to the community.


Notable honorees included Raj Gupta, former CEO of Rohm and Haas; Prof. Kannan Moudgalya, founder of “Spoken Tutorial,” a program helped to improve the employment potential of under privileged students by teaching them IT skills; Dr. Uma Koduri, an advocate for Childhood Obesity Awareness Campaign; and Dr. Thakor Patel, founder of SEVAK Foundation. The event was sold out with 250 guests present. Ambassador of India Hon. Arun Singh and Ambassador of Mauritius Hon. Sorooj Phokeer were amongst the distinguished guests.

One of the most powerful moments in the evening was when host and Bollywood star Omi Vaidya opened the floor for donation pledges, with the goal to garner generous donations from the evening’s guests. This pledge campaign, with the support of numerous benefactors raised over $200,000 by the night’s end. A memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was also signed between the Global Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (GAPIO) and WGF pledging to support the Veteran Obesity Awareness Campaign in one hundred veteran facilities throughout the continental U.S.The night did not solely focus on the honorees; the event was also a fundraiser to raise money for charity.


There were several auctions in the evening, including high-end Indian fashions by designer Vanita Kumar, custom designs donated by the Dream's in Motion group, dinner trips, and weekend getaways to Goa, India. The event also featured an insightful keynote address by Scott Case, founding CTO of Priceline.com, and a stunning performance by the Natananjali Dance School.

“On behalf of the foundation, I would like to thank our guests for supporting our mission to bring a change in the rural communities and making the fundraiser a success. We appreciate your generous donations and support.” Says Hiten Ghosh, President WHEELS Global Foundation (WGF). He adds, “Funds raised the night of the gala will go towards active and future projects in the six focus areas of the foundation.”

About WHEELS Global Foundation (WGF): WHEELS Global Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides technological solutions to global challenges in their six tracks; water, health, education, energy, lifestyles, and sustainability. WHEELS successes include providing clean drinking water to more than 10,000 villagers, health care monitoring on diseases like diabetes and hypertension to more than 60,000 villagers and improving sanitary health by building toilets for individual families. To spread awareness and support the cause, use the hashtag #PledgeToChangeLives on social media. For photographs from the event, please visit:





WHEELS Global Foundation (WGF) to Host Their First Annual Achievement Awards Gala

The Foundation is focused on Providing Technology Driven Philanthropy to Uplift Global Communities.

Bethesda, MD -
On June 2, 2016, WHEELS Global Foundation (WGF) will host their first annual red carpet event, “WHEELS Achievement Awards Gala” at the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, MD. This year’s event will recognize philanthropic trailblazers for their accomplishments and achievements and raise funds to support WGF’s current and future projects in the U.S., India, and other rural communities globally. Red carpet and cocktail reception is scheduled to start at 6 PM.WheelsGalaSlider.jpg

WHEELS Achievement Awards Gala will be hosted by Bollywood’s very own Omi Vaidya, known for his role as “The Silencer” or “Chatur” in the feature film “3 idiots.” Scott Case, the founding Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Priceline the "Name Your Own Price" company will be attending the gala as the featured speaker. He will be joined by honorees Raj Gupta, the former CEO of Rohm and Haas; Mahinder Tak, a promoter of Indian Heritage and Arts and a mentor to young Indians aspiring to join public services and politics; Narayana Murthy, an IT industrialist and the co-founder of Infosys; Pradman Kaul, President of Hughes Network System; and Madhav Chavan, the co-founder and the CEO of the educational non-profit; Pratham. The honorees of the night are powerhouses in philanthropy, supporting the goals of WGF.

The event is supported by United States India Business Council (USIBC), ACEI-NCC, Pratham (USA), Sevak, and Habitat for Humanity – India Builds. WGF partners with national and international NGO’s and non-profit organizations, working in collaboration to provide techonological solutions to issues related with their six tracks globally. “Clean drinking water is a challenge in many rural parts of the world; our foundation has provided clean drinking water plants in seven villages and continues to use new technology to find efficient solutions, says Hiten Ghosh, President of WHEELS Global Foundation. He adds, “We recently heard from a 95 year old woman from the Karunda village, a hamlet of Agiya village in Sabarkantha district of Gujarat, who was thrilled to use a toilet with a door for the first time. Its stories like these that motivate us to keep moving forward with the work WGF does.”

Fashion designer, Vanita Kumar will be showcasing high end Indian fashion from her designs at Vanita Kollections. A total of twelve garments have been exclusively designed for the fundraiser gala and will be auctioned to raise funds for WGF’s cause. The evening’s entertainment will include traditional dance performances from Natananjali Dance School. The school was sponsored by the Embassy of India to perform at EducationUSA. 

The evening will provide networking opportunities with numerous C+ executives and celebrities of local, national, and international renown. A few of the sponsors for the event include; The Umbrella Syndicate, Natananjali Dance School, Vithi Tours and Travels, Monster Products, Dream in Motion, Bombay Tandoor, OneHope Winery, Merrill Lynch, Scicom Infrastructure Services, Cross Creek Foundation, Ener-G Solar, and Ayco.

About WHEELS Global Foundation (WGF): WHEELS Global Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides technological solutions to global challenges in their six tracks; water, health, education, energy, lifestyles, and sustainability. WHEELS successes include providing clean drinking water to rural villages in India and transforming 14 acres of barren land into a productive land of abundance and delivering healthcare monitoring to 60,000 households working with their collaborator Sevak foundation. They have been able to provide sanitary toilets to villagers with the help of their partner; Habitat for Humanity – India Builds. Join WHEELS Global Foundation’s campaign to spread awareness about their cause and pledge to change lives. #PledgeToChangeLives

TICKETS & SPONSORSHIP: http://www.wheelsglobalfoundation.org/wheelsgalaevent


Clean Drinking Water Plant (CDWP) donated by WGF

Ron Mehta drinking pure water in Agiya Village, Gujarat from the Clean drinking Water Plant donated and installed by WHEELS.


CDWP Plants Completed In 2013 Through 2015 by WHEELS

Haveli Ghanpur, Telangana 

Nandikandi, Telangana 

Burgula, Telangana 

Dupally, Telangana 

Eradindi, Telangana 

Agiya, Gujarat

To know more about CDWP under construction projects and planned in 2016, please visit CDWP page.
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We are looking forward to seeing you at WHEELS Achievement Awards Gala on June 2nd.















































SEVAK (helper) Jayeshbhai doing a Blood Pressure Screening in Indiranagar, Ahmedabad

SEVAK (helper) Jayeshbhai doing a Blood Pressure Screening in Indiranagar, Ahmedabad . SEVAK is Health care project under WHEELS. SEVAK project is implemented and running in 26 villages of India, To know more about it please visit this page.

SEVAK (helper) Jayeshbhai doing a Blood Pressure Screening in Indiranagar, Ahmedabad

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Toilets built in Karunda - a hamlet that is part of Agiya

"Prashanbaa, a widow from Agiya village of Gujarat, like other women in her village was compelled to defecate in the open daily, as she did not have a toilet at home. Raising her voice against the traditional veil system, she says "elders are not feeling shame, while the women of the village defecates in the open". But now things have changed and she thanked Habitat for Humanity - India and Wheels Global Foundation for the toilet unit. Today she is “Happy”. She has a toilet in her home. Her safety and privacy are secured."

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Accompanied by Habitat for Humanity’s field coordinator

Accompanied by Habitat for Humanity’s field coordinator Ms. Vaibhavi Thaker, the women received new toilets in Karunda, a hamlet of Agiya.

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Dr Kothari's visit to WHEELS' sites in the villages of Gujrat

Dr. Ajay Kothari (President ASEI and WHEELS collaborator) visited villages of North Gujarat to see the work done by WHEELS and its healthcare partner SEVAK. Below is the feedback and pictures he shared from his visit.

"I visited 2 villages in North Gujarat yesterday. I am very pleased to see the work done by WHEELS and Sevak. People are very happy with what you all have done. We need to continue along the same lines. Prakash (in charge of North Guj) from Gandhinagar drove over from my location, It was about 100 kms from where I was. North Gujarat is comparatively more backward and in need of such things more. The Adiwasi people here are the ones benefiting. People were very happy to meet me. About 20-30 people came over impromptu and I visited many homes to see the toilets (in Mankan Champa) and also the parents of the blind 10 year old that Thakorebhai and SEVAK have helped them.

I got a letter from the Sarpanch on their letterhead for additional toilets to take to the Banas Kantha District Collector which I am trying to do now if he is available over next two days that I am here. The cost of toilet is 18K Rs of which Gov funds 12K. As you all know ! Agiya, village in Gujrat where WHEELS built some toilets for villagers, similar quality toilets are needed in Mankan Champa also and other places too."

WHEELS and our collaborator team, deeply appreciate Dr. Kothari's personal interest and willing to lead in WHEELS social project in few villages of North Gujarat—starting with the village Disha. WHEELS with the collaboration of SEVAK have already done similar project in the villages one per district of Gujarat for a total of 33. 


Visually Impaired Students Learning on their Own

WHEELS team is happy to share with you that our collaborator have implemented a platform “SunKids” for Visually impaired at Poona School for Blind at Koregaon park. Where in Blind students can learn and sharpen their knowledge of Brail on their own without the help of Brail teacher. They need a sighted person to operate the system.

Initial response has been extremely encouraging, specially the smile on the faces of those young kids when they were using the platform. It is worth a lot.

Present technology which we observed in Blind center operated by United Ways in Atlanta also currently uses Tennis balls to teach Brail as can be seen in the picture. When it was demonstrated to the Brail teacher in Atlanta she was also very excited about it. So we feel very proud to bring new technology to fore to improve the quality of life of Special children. 

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Spoken Tutorial project bagged a first prize in the Reimagine Education Competition

Spoken Tutorial project by Professor Kannan (IITB) bagged a first prize in the Reimagine Education Competition, jointly sponsored by the Wharton School. This is in the "Nurturing Employability" category. 


The global competition received submissions from 520 universities and enterprises from 50 countries with 22 awards judged by a panel of 40 international experts - a "who's who" of higher education. Please see below links for more details.



Prof. Kannan is also WHEELS Collaborator and Track leader for the projects in Education field. WHEELS Global Foundation congratulates Prof Kannan on this great achievement and doing unprecedented job in training more than 4 Lakh Students using the Spoken Tutorials Methodology.

HRD Minister's surprise visit to IIT Gandhinagar Student Mess

Great work by IIT Gandhinagar Director Dr. Sudhir Jain in managing IIT Gandhinagar so well and setting an example for other institutions. IIT Gandhinagar is also a WHEELS Collaborator in Social projects in Education field.

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In the words of Mr. Sudhir Jain: Another first for the Institute, the Minister dropping in for food in the student mess! Not sure if any IIT has ever had the Minister (and ex-officio Chairperson of the IIT Council) come in for a meal unannounced!

Fortunately, the hygiene, the food preparation, the atmosphere in our mess has always been very decent and there were no awkward moments... the students had a nice time with her ...chatting and getting their pics taken...

When I was told that the Minister has gone to the mess, naturally I along with a few faculty and Director of IIT Kharagpur Prof Partha Chakrabarti too joined her.

Hope to have many more important persons have their meals in the student mess in the years ahead..... we must not just retain the quality of our dining halls but with time further enhance the dining experience for every one.


SEVAK doing health care work in the Village of Gujarat

These pictures are from Tuvad Village, Patan District of Gujarat, showing how SEVAK Priank is using the Netbook in recording data on blood pressure and sugar of patients . When PM Modi talks about Digital India - it is going to be these kind of small "one-on-one" uses of netbooks, computers, laptops, smartphones when combined hundreds of millions of times, will have a significant impact on the country's progress doing the screening and entering the data.

This collaborative effort between Wheels Global Foundation, SEVAK and IIT Bombay based team is a prime example of how good collaboration at grassroots level can work effectively.  Many Sevaks never used a computer and Thanks to WHEELS  collaborator group from IIT-Mumbai  translated the Health monitoring Instruction  into Gujarati , sent an instructor to Vedodara University to train the SEVAKs on use of the Software program. 

We invite you to join our movement and help the millions of people who deserve a better chance at living with hope and dignity.Donate online at :www.wheelsglobalfoundation.org

WHEELS Promoting Technology Enabled - Philanthropy


President APJ Kalam and WHEELS

Rest in Peace President. Kalam – You are an inspiration for WHEELS and exhorted us to find “Common Solutions to Common Problems” in 2006! We found these pictures in our vast archives… WHEELS President and Chairman shaking hands with the great man himself ! One of the few REAL Inspirations for the common man of India.

We are all born with a divine fire. Our efforts should be to give Wings to this Fire & fill the world with the glow of Goodness ~ Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. Sir, you will always remain immortal on this planet by your teachings.


WHEELS Partners participate in AAPI Convention


33rd Annual AAPI Convention was held in Orlando, Florida from June 17 - 21, 2015. 
Physicians and healthcare professionals from across the country convened and participated in the scholarly exchange of medical advances, to develop health policy agendas, and to encourage legislative priorities in the coming year. WHEELS' Partners - SEVAK Foundation , Habitat for Humanity India also had a booth in the convention. Dr Thakor Patel (AAPI) who is the Track Leader and Field Director of WHEELS Health Care projects and founder of SEVAK foundation represented WHEELS and its partners in the convention.

How IIT Kharagpur researchers are leading a 'green revolution'


Jagannath Das, a farmer in his late 40s is surveying a farmland at Khentia village in Kharagpur. The summer sun is merciless.With the mercury at cruel 42 degrees, Das is sweating profusely but is smiling a happy smile.“Five years ago, we could not imagine producing even a handful of paddy in this barren land of Khentia.

“But thanks to IIT Kharagpur professors, we can now grow paddy for our own consumption and can also farm soyabean, sweet corn, sesame, peanut etc,” Das tells.. A group of researchers at the IIT-K,

Read more at : http://www.rediff.com/business/special/special-how-iit-kharagpur-researchers-are-leading-a-green-revolution/20150527.htm

Wheels Collaborator : Ekal Participates in International Yoga Day


 June 21 was declared as the International Day of Yoga by the United Nations General Assembly on December 11, 2014.  The declaration of this day came after the call for the adoption of 21 June as International Day of Yoga by PM Narendra Modi during his address to UN General Assembly on September 27, 2014 wherein he stated:-

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A new, ‘circular’ perspective on water management

Three billion people will join the global consumer class over the next two decades, accelerating the degradation of natural resources and escalating competition for them. Nowhere is this growing imbalance playing out more acutely than the water sector. Already, scarcity is so pronounced that we cannot reach many of our desired economic, social, and environmental goals. If we continue business as usual, global demand for water will exceed viable resources by 40 percent by 2030.

If we consider water to be a product—something that is processed, enriched, and delivered—we must follow the same strict design rules applied to any other product in a circular economy. Innovators, responsible operators, and committed system developers are spearheading the creation of new technological solutions, pilot cases, and initiatives to improve water management. 

To know more about Next-generation moves for water-system management, please check below article. http://www.mckinsey.com/Insights/Sustainability/Rethinking_the_water_cycle?cid=other-eml-alt-mip-mck-oth-1505

USAID Visit IIT- GandhiNagar

IIT Gandhinagar (launched in 2008)  seeks to establish itself as a center of excellence in research, teaching  and community engagement. It is also WHEELS' anchor to Rural Development for its Consortium in Western India.

Please read here in detail: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/usaid-officials-visit-iit-gandhinagar-to-plan-us-collaboration



WHEELS Collaborator Prof Kannan (IIT B) Has Trained More Than 4 Lakh Students Using The Spoken Tutorials Methodology.

Great initiative and work done by Professor Kannan Moudgalya who is WHEELS Collaborator and Track leader for the projects in Education field.

Check details here : http://www.dqindia.com/iit-bombay-has-trained-more-than-4-lakh-students-using-the-spoken-tutorials-methodology


A Clip on Clean Drinking Water Plants Installed by WHEELS and IIT-B

To know more about this project please visit CDWP page. Also check more pictures of Wheels' projects on Wheels facebook page.

WHEELS Collaborator Ekal working with Farmers Kids


Ranjani Saigal from EKAL (Wheels Collaborator in Education Field) worked with the children and the farmers in Karanjo to see how they use computers. These are some pictures. This is a room in the gramothan resource center which has internet access. We will converting this to a lab.

Wheels Collaborator Prof Kannan Awarded by Google

Prof Kannan is one of our collaborators in Technology–enabled  education scale up projects.

We are glad to inform you about a recognition of our work by Google - please see the mail below.  They especially liked the offline capability of Spoken Tutorials.

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Wheels Inaugurates Clean Drinking Water Plant

Clean Drinking Water Plant (CDWP) installed and inaugurated by Wheels Team in villages (Haveli Ghanpur and Nadikand) near Hyderabad. 


In order to tackle the clean drinking water problem effectively, Wheels in collaboration with IIT Bombay AA Hyderabad Chapter first identified badly affected villages, specifically with high fluoride and dissolved solid levels in water, as well as those contaminated with bacteria that creep in due to bad or lack of any sanitation. Now, Wheels is working on setting up CDWPs in badly affected areas not touched by any governmental or non-governmental agencies. 
To know more about this project please visit CDWP page. Please check more pictures on Wheels facebook page.

Wheels Integrated Rural HealthCare Project

Wheels has organized a workshop to discuss about the model of upcoming Wheels Integrated Rural HealthCare - SEVAK project in 3 AP villages.

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