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The SPH announces the Ishanya Project. The aim is to raise the consciousness level in the world and bring to the fore the real issues facing the world and, through a specialized process of recycling, facilitating the movement of good quality, unwanted items from the “Haves” to the “Have-Nots”

According to the United Nations, the global population will become 8 billion by November 2022. On July 19, 2022, The SPH observed: "Actually we human beings, as a modern society we have already reached a level where we can provide food, clothes, shelter, medical care for all 8 billion people." However:

  • On one side there are home foreclosures and homes that are locked without people living in them; and on the other side there are millions homeless,
  • On one side there are tons of food getting wasted and destroyed; and on the other side millions are dying without food, and
  • Millions of tons of clothing are used only once and dumped into the ocean.

In response to these dire issues facing the expanding world population, The SPH announced the start of the Ishanya Project.

Inspired by the lifestyle of Paramashiva, the Ishanya Project is about collecting items which are being thrown away or wasted and in turn becoming hazardous to nature; and re-distributing them to the countries and people in need. The SPH gave a few examples of what the Ishanya Project will do, including:

Taking excess food, which would normally be discarded, and redistributing it to those who do not have food. In this way millions will come out of poverty.

In developed countries, because of industry standards, many medical equipment are used for only 1 or 2 years and then discarded. These medical equipment can be redistributed and used in other countries where medical equipment is in short supply.

Collecting clothes that are in good condition but not being used and redistributing to those who are in poverty.

Watch the SPH introduce the Ishanya Project


The goal is to bring 10 million people out of poverty.

From 1994 until now, almost 28 years of hard work, SHRIKAILASA has organically built a global network of peacebuilders and organizations in 140 countries. It is with this whole infrastructure that The SPH is planning to get 10 million people out of poverty during Chaturmasya – the 4 months from July to October 2022.

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