Prithvi Vandana

Prithvi Vandana is a Theater on Climate Change and Global warming that we conducted with 240 schools in 17 states, 24 cities in 12 languages, we impacted the lives of almost 1,12,000 students, teachers an parents, it has been one of our most fulfilling undertaking and hence was recognized by the Limca book of Records by bestowing upon us the national record holder title.

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Save the Little Friend HOUSE SPARROW

One of our most successful and impactful program where we took a hands on approach to bird and mainly conservation by making sparrow specific bird houses to conserve the dwindling population of our friends, we have made approximately 15000 jute based bird houses and around 20000 wooden ones till date, we have done this with almost 1400 schools and numerous RWA’s and corporate, we regularly conduct workshops on this even still, for this program we were awarded The International Green Apple Award at the House of Commons in London.

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Green Saviors of India

Green Saviors was a CSR initiative of Viom Network where we did upskilling training in 25 locations with 3000 teachers on how to Facilitate a complex topic like environmental education, we taught the teachers the way to approach this topic with Students, the methodology to use, the activities and so on, this program lasted 3 months.

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Neer Naari or Vigyan

This is a recent program we are doing in collaboration with Department of Science and Technology Communication, this program is again a theatre program targeting only young women, the theme of the program is the role of women in water conservation and how science assists them in this.

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Nature Trails

Nature Trail s our longest running program, we conduct nature trails with every gentry be it school going kids to high level corporate or government officials and everything In-between, the point of this program is to acquaint our audience with the Trees, plants, animals and all the living things we share this planet with. The aim is to make people aware and send them back with a new reverence for the natural world.

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