The city of dreams, the city that never sleeps, the financial capital of India - none of these connotations manage to accurately capture the stark reality that this city is - a disturbing juxtaposition of plush skyscrapers and slums.
Rural India is no different, with many villages still struggling to provide for adequate nutrition, healthcare and sanitation, coupled with a lack of infrastructure and educational opportunities. Poverty is a vicious and seemingly unbreakable cycle of lack of resources and a lack of awareness or access to obtain those.
This subsequently translates to immigration and overcrowding of larger cities, where the struggle for survival and quality of life never ends.
SNWF believes in an intentional collective action to improve the social, economic, physical and environmental wellbeing while preserving the valuable aspects of the culture of the community and bringing in lasting changes through sustainable solutions.