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  1. Hands Up for Kids in Nairobi

    It all began in 209. Based in Lamu, Kenya as an Art of Living Part 1 and Art Excel teacher, Monika Fauth organized the Art of Living Stand Up and Take Action supporting the Millennium Development Goals. Inspired by the results Monika, together with the I ...
  2. Chemical Free Farming

    "Agriculture is the backbone of human existence. For any civilisation to prosper, agriculture has to be healthy and sustainable. We need to get our focus back on agriculture which is the primary industry. Our earth has plenty for everyone. We only ha ...
  3. A clean sweep makes a difference in Hisar

    The campaign made 25,000 people aware about personal hygiene and cleanliness Cleanliness campaign spruced up the streets of Hisar and led to a new perspective among citizens and students The Cleanliness campaign would be sustained through efforts by the ...
  4. 67 minutes of service

    Art of Living Volunteers from South Africa, Singapore, and Egypt celebrate Mandela Day In Singapore, volunteers painted six senior citizens’ houses in Henderson's community Laudium Restoration Centre- Assisting the youth in organising their home. L ...
  5. Kathewadi: They Painted the town Pink

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  6. First Art of Living course in Sudan

    “We breathed our insecurities out of our systems and eased our minds through the techniques taught in the course.” Sudan had a brush with spirituality when the very first Art of Living Part I workshop took place in Khartoum, the capital city. Hiteshini Ju ...
  7. Helping leprosy-affected in Singapore

    Working with The SILRA Home Helping leprosy-affected in Singapore Entering the living spaces of the leprosy-affected, The Art of Living has turned around the lives of 44 residents of The SILRA Home. Since July 2007, The Art of Living volunteers have reg ...
  8. Ghana village gets eye doctors after 8 years

    After 8 years residents of the little hamlet of Keta got access to eye care. For these 70 Ghanains a one-day eye camp on 15 April 2011 was life transforming. “The people of this region are known to be afflicted by a variety of eye ailments,” says Ruchi G ...
  9. Kapsi- A Village Transformed

    Kapsi village can now withstand two years of no rainfall, has doubled its agricultural yields and is 9 % alcohol-free. Life has changed completely for Dadasaheb Khatar, a farmer who lives in Kapsi village on the dusty two-lane Phalton-Satara highway. His ...
  10. Unprecedented water supply for adivasis

    For the first time, 1,30 adivasis in a small village in Yavatmal, Maharashtra, have plentiful water for their crops. Each household also has an individual toilet. These revolutionary changes occurred in a span of only six months and have given the locals ...
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