What do we do ?
We work at the intersections of Climate Change, Health and WASH to build resilient communities in vulnerable regions.
Climate change is the most pressing challenge of our times. We design our Health and WASH programmes keeping climate action and the people we work with at our core.
We started working on our Menstrual Health project in Assam, a flood prone state in India, to reach more than 7500 women through our special education module which was designed and customised after an extensive survey covering more than 400 women.
Our Promoters and Board are individuals with roots in Assam who want to change the story of negativity about the state through community projects which bring out the resilience of people and create best practices for other states with similar fragile histories.
To ensure people living in natural disaster prone, fragile and vulnerable areas have access to the highest quality of healthcare and WASH facilities through community-driven, inclusive and sustainable projects.
To build resilient and healthy communities which are equipped to face the critical challenges posed by the climate crisis.
Meet the Team
As Programme Head, Mayuri takes care of project management, operations and establishing networks with key stakeholders. She has worked on sanitation projects on East Timor and other parts of India. She is a World Economic Forum Global Shaper and Climate Reality Leader.
Puja takes care of Sikun Relief Foundation’s projects in northeast India. She is the happiest when she conducts menstrual hygiene workshops. She has worked on sanitation and adolescent health projects in her earlier avatars. She is an alumni from the prestigious Tezpur Central University.She loves travelling and is an avid dog lover.
Communications & Overseas Advocacy
Rudrani graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a B.A. in Political Science. Having studied international relations, Rudrani is most interested in issues of international cooperation, conflict mediation, and the construction and role of gender in society. Rudrani hopes to be a part of the menstrual hygiene awareness efforts, survey and raise awareness about issues of sanitation in public bathrooms, and understand how these issues have gendered impacts. When she is not debating about social issues and vocalizing her feminist values, Rudrani can be found either with a camera in hand or dancing.
Gaurav Sharma, Policy Manager, Global Development Centre
Pramathesh Borkotoky, Social Entrepreneur at Kraftinn
Anwesha Dutta, Postdoctoral Researcher at Christian Michelsen Institute, Norway
Rahul Gandhi, Visiting Scientist, Fulbright Scholar, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health