This project is now in its final year, focusing on three key aspects that contribute to poverty in remote villages in northern India: a lack of access to clean water, a lack of sanitation facilities and food insecurity. Our partner has ambitious plans to work in 20 villages in the area. Wisdom dictated a small start to see how the projects were embraced by the local communities and to learn from the previous years what needs to change as the project rolls out. Our partner initially built two water systems in two villages to provide easy and quick access to clean water for these villages. In four other villages they worked with the village women to construct green houses to grow vegetables. The vegetables improve nutrition (a major issue in this area) and provide cash crops for sale to the nearest big town. Twenty latrines were constructed in four villages and the villagers were given sanitation and hygiene training. Year 3 and 4 will see a further 20 latrines, 6 water systems, and 5 green-houses constructed.