The Right to Education (RTE) Act describes the importance of free education to underprivileged children between the age of 6 and 14. We plan to tackle this problem by engaging our volunteers in creating awareness among these communities and helping them benefit from this transformational opportunity.
In efforts of defending the natural habitat by identifying environmental abuse, championing responsible solutions and enabling local communities to advocate and act for change, Think Green was brought into being. Our movement is inclusive and people-led.
Eco-Champs is an environment sensitisation program to empower students, and become proactive practitioners of eco-friendly lifestyle through an immersive and hands-on experience spanned across 5 months. The program also builds 21st-century life skills including compassion, teamwork, critical thinking and problem-solving abilities in the children.
Living under the constant threat of natural disasters, it becomes vital for us to take protective measures. We need to focus our efforts on saving and conserving resources while giving back to the society through the restoration of the green cover.