Aakash Ganga (or River from the Sky in Hindi) is a domestic rainwater harvesting system. It channels rooftop rainwater from every house in a community, through gutters and pipes, to a network of multi-tier underground reservoirs. One part of the harvested rooftop rainwater is stored in the reservoir attached to the house for the exclusive use of the homeowner. The other part flows to the shared community reservoir.
Arogya, (or Disease Free in Hindi) aims to bridge the gap between low income communities and health care services by bringing primary health care directly to the doorsteps of villagers in rural Rajasthan. Young women are trained to become Pannas and travel to villages with our health care software loaded on laptops to help diagnose and treat common ailments. It is being rolled out in 50 villages, home to 100,000 people, in Rajasthan, India.