Youngsters make up the greater part of the world's 22.5 million refugees*. Many have realized only war, hardship and dread. They aren't in school and frequently battle to locate the fundamental things – their lives and prospects in danger.
What we do
Our environment and development programme do work on environment regulatory that impact on people’s livelihood and environment.
These include the mandatory process related to environment, coastal regulation, and forest clearances for industrial and infrastructure projects in India.
We believe in education that incorporates issues of ecological sustainability and social equity.
We develop resource material and implement innovative, local-specific educational programmes.
Our work focuses on sharpen people to the environment, promoting caring and raising awareness about sustainable use of natural recourses.