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RISHI Projects

After our restructure in Fall 2021, we onboarded six teams of new and returning members, who were told that they were all brought together for a reason. That reason, however, was for the teams to figure out; they drew connections between their interests and their aspirations to come up with six of the following projects. Since then, a few of our initiatives have modified their topic area: water sanitation became childhood education, ergonomics became anti-human trafficking, and financial literacy became vocational skills. Two of our existing initiatives from before our restructure (Anemia and Women's Health) also joined forces with these new projects in Spring 2022 to form RISHI Projects, a branch of our organization primarily focusing on service in and development of India.


Learn more about our current projects below, and be sure to visit our Past Work page for more information on successful and completed projects since our restructure.

Addressing a societal lack of water management in Kameswaram and working to increase overall access to clean drinking water for community members.

Water Sanitation

Supporting single mothers in India by providing them with care packages and educational material for themselves and their children.

Women's Empowerment
Childhood Education

Addressing the education barrier among impoverished youth in Rajasthan, India, through weekly virtual classes in English, Science, and Math.

Mental Health

Addressing Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and its associated stigma through a film highlighting the experiences of survivors and the consequences of the physical or mental harm they face.

Addressing long-term primary student success through business education video modules and an application-based pitch competition, while crafting a better understanding entrepreneurial and enterprise education programs in government schools.

Business Education

Addressing the lack of vocational skills taught in the greater Hyderabad region and working to promote career readiness, thereby increasing student success rates and future employment rates.


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