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Improving infrastructural facilities in 50 villages in the states of
Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh.

After the successful completion and incredible feedback from Sampoorna phase I, AICL with the support of Union Minister of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare, India., Mr Radha Mohan Singh starts off with Phase II in the 124 Panchayats of 6 Vidhan sabhas of Motihari district in the state of Bihar with an aim of installing 650 solar street lights and 30 Solar water pumps.

Project Goal

Sampoorna aims to provide basic infrastructural facilities, like water, electricity and sanitation in remote and far-flung villages of India which are suffering from inadequate basic amenities and infrastructural facilities.

Project Highlights

  • Creating awareness about safe water, hygiene and sanitation
  • Harnessing solar energy to provide access to water and light
  • Installation of 1230 solar street lights
  • Installation of 122 solar water pumps
  • Construction of 3670 individual household latrines

Success Stories

Getting the Dignity

It was a daily struggle for Gulab devi, 27 year old, living in Fatehpur village of Sonbarsa (Sitamarhi District) of Bihar to find a suitable and secured time and place to attend to her nature’s call. Not just her security and dignity but her health was also on stake. AROH Foundation is focused on raising awareness among community members on issues pertaining to health, hygiene, and sanitation. Various workshops were conducted in the interior most villages of Bihar under project Sampoorna to raise awareness. Gulab devi got engaged through one of these workshops and got her “dignity” at the home. She says, “Days are comfortable and nights and secured. It’s not toilet it’s safety ensured within our houses. Thanks to AROH. We feel “sampoorned”.”


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