• Project

    Protective Face Shield for Front Liners

    Think Act Rise Foundation is distributing low cost optically clear, distortion free Protective Face Shields. The Protective Face Shield plays an important role in providing protection to health & sanitation professionals, security personnel, suspected patients, essential services providers, retail outlets etc. Features of the Product: 1. Made to fit over the spectacles and face mask. 2. Adjustable headband allows for a comfortable fit. 3. Made from transparent plastic, lightweight and offers clear vision. 4. Fast and easy to wear. 5. With mask it covers all 3 entries of the SARS-CoV-2 (eyes, nose & mouth). 6. Protect face and face mask from direct spatter and airborne particle. This kit is developed…

  • Parindey,  Project

    Parindey: Explore, Discover, Transform.

    Parindey, a cell of the NGO, aim towards enabling the travellers to ‘save’ the planet and make a difference while travelling. It provides them with an opportunity to give it back to the planet. Parindey helps responsible travellers explore the diverse cultures and, also contribute towards the empowerment of the rural areas by indulging in various social roles and causes. It enables the travellers to make memories and leave their footprints wherever they go. Environmental We are aware of the current situations in the tourist places these days and how they have suffered at the hands of the ignorant travellers. Parindey is on a mission to create the sense of responsible…

  • Nomadic Tribe,  Project

    Forest Dwellers

    The people of northern India’s Van Gujjar tribe are nomadic water buffalo herders whose lives revolve around caring and finding food for their animals. Originally from Jammu and Kashmir, the tribe has over time spread out across the ranges of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh in search of rich forests and meadows for their cattle. A Muslim community, Van Gujjars have their own dialect called Gujjari, which is a linguistic fusion of Dogri (a Kashmiri tongue) and Punjabi. For most of their history, the nomads were known as Gujjars. They only added the word Van (forest) to their tribal name in the late 1980s. Winters are spent in the lowland wilderness…