Creating changes in paradigms
One Child, One Tree
GIWA is working with schools to get as many children to plant as many trees as possible in their schools. With the One Child, One Tree Program, each child is inspired not only to plant a tree, but also taught how to care for and be committed to their tree.
300,000 Trees by 2020
In these days of global climate change, pollution, growing populations and resource depletion, trees provide a crucial answer: cleaning the air, providing fresh water, cooling surrounding temperatures and providing food, medicine and shelter for countless species. GIWA has thus made the plantation of trees a priority.
Aman Ekta Hariyali Yatra
The Aman Ekta Haryali Yatra, organized by the Jamiat Ulema-i-Hind (JUH), Global Interfaith WASH Alliance (GIWA), Parmarth Niketan, and the Jamiat Youth Club, brought Hindu and Muslim faith communities together to take climate action, combating together the devastating effects of environmental degradation and climate change.
to plant trees
Every night during the Ganga Aarti, Pujya Swamiji inspires hundreds to thousands of people to
celebration every birthday, anniversary, or special occasion by planting trees.
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This morning the GIWA team visited Kendriya Vidyalaya IDPL , Rishikesh, a central government school with over 1,000 students. We met the Principal Ms Sudha
This week we assembled for a tree planting at the Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam (GMVN) Bharat Bhoomi retreat camp, a subsidiary body of the Uttarakhand