Billions in Change brings useful inventions to the unlucky half of the world, enabling people to obtain basic needs like electricity, clean water, nutritious food, and effective healthcare. Those fundamentals are the foundation of wellness and livelihood.

Water

WATER

Water scarcity and contamination are two of the world’s biggest problems. The RainMaker devices can transform any type of dirty or salty water into clean, fresh water for drinking, farming, sanitation, and industrial uses.

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Energy

ENERGY

Billions of people live without electricity, or get power just 2-3 hours per day. The HANS™ inventions allow people to generate their own electricity without having to pay a utility bill, buy fuel, or produce pollution.

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Agriculture

AGRICULTURE

Rural farming practices often involve the use of chemicals that, over time, harm both farmers’ livelihoods and the land on which they depend. Shivansh Farming is a method of raising soil fertility, crop quality, and farmers’ incomes.

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Health

HEALTH

Ensuring that peoples’ basic needs are met is the most important health initiative today. All of our inventions enable better health by addressing root causes of disease and enhancing the fundamental sources of wellness.

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We are training farmers in India's villages on how to improve their soil and grow healthier crops without chemicals by using Shivansh Fertilizer. Learn how at billionsinchange.in/en/solutions/agriculture/ ... See MoreSee Less

We are training farmers in Indias villages on how to improve their soil and grow healthier crops without chemicals by using Shivansh Fertilizer.  Learn how at http://billionsinchange.in/en/solutions/agriculture/

 

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Lets do this in the USA.

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A staggering 63 million people in India suffer from visual impairment. Since inception in 2014, The Hans Foundation Eye Care has already provided free or subsidized eye care to over 70,000 underprivileged patients. Each year, the number of patients increases. ... See MoreSee Less

A staggering 63 million people in India suffer from visual impairment.  Since inception in 2014, The Hans Foundation Eye Care has already provided free or subsidized eye care to over 70,000 underprivileged patients. Each year, the number of patients increases.

 

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Where is your pedal power bicycle

Good job all of u and thanks to Manoj bhargaw G wonderful work

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1 week ago

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Earlier this year, Manoj shared his thoughts on philanthropy and leadership on CNBC Asia.Manoj Bhargava, creator of the 5-Hour Energy drink, discusses his views on leadership and what motivates him. Subscribe to CNBC Life: cnb.cx/2wAkfMv S... ... See MoreSee Less

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how can I contact him?

can I meet Mr. Manoj Bhargava? is it possible to me?

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We are training #farmers in India's villages on how to improve their soil and grow healthier #crops without #chemicals by using Shivansh Fertilizer. Learn how at https://t.co/WiLUbYX1T5

How do poor #SHG households in villages of #UttarPradesh #India respond to outcomes of creativity and innovation? The picture tells it all #SHGs @RGMVP #ShivanshFarming #FoodForSoil @THF_INDIA @billionsnchange

A staggering 63 million people in India suffer from visual impairment. Since inception in 2014, @THF_INDIA Eye Care has provided free or subsidized eye care to over 70,000 underprivileged patients. Each year, the number increases.