BILLIONS IN CHANGE
BILLIONS IN CHANGE
New Film . New Ideas . New Inventions
Our Mission: Bring life changing inventions to the unlucky half of the world
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
Billions in Change brings useful inventions to the unlucky half of the world, enabling higher quality of life for billions of people
WHAT WE DO
Billions in Change develops and delivers inventions that help the unlucky half of the world obtain basic needs like clean water, reliable electricity, and sufficient food. Those fundamentals set the foundation for education, health, and livelihood, enabling people to improve life for themselves and for their families. Our inventions include devices that create fresh water for drinking and agriculture; expense-free and pollution-free electricity generators that power homes, schools, and businesses; farming techniques that enhance crop yields, crop quality as well as farmer income; and healthcare solutions that actually address the main causes of disease.
HOW WE’RE DIFFERENT
We are enablers. We invent for free electricity, free fertilizer, and clean water because when you address that which is fundamental, you enable everything above it. So we don’t do education, we enable education. We don’t do health—in terms of vaccines and cures—we enable health. We don’t give people money, we enable them to make a living. The fundamental areas of energy, water, food, and health enable not only wellness and livelihood, but they also enable lasting solutions to the world’s biggest problems.
WHY WE’RE A MOVEMENT
The problems we’re aiming to solve are far greater than any single person or organization can address alone. The only way to have a significant and lasting positive impact on humanity is to form a movement that involves huge numbers of people, as well as companies and institutions, working together toward a common goal. The Billions in Change movement includes our founder, Manoj Bhargava, Stage 2 (the invention shop in Farmington Hills, Michigan), The Hans Foundation (the organization responsible for deploying solutions in India), and tens of thousands of supporters and volunteers around the world.
Billions in Change is led by billionaire Manoj Bhargava, creator of 5-hour ENERGY, who believes those with more have a duty to serve those with less. He is committed to enabling the unlucky half of the world to obtain basic needs so they can live healthy, productive lives. That goal is the focus of the work he is funding through Stage 2, The Hans Foundation, and The Hans Foundation Hospitals. Manoj has dedicated 99 percent of his wealth to helping those in need and is employing a unique zero-profit business model in order to serve as many people as possible.
Eye bank established in Guwahati Medical College and Hospital #GMCH #Guwahati in collaboration with #LVPEI, @THF_INDIA and @tatatrusts to provide advanced #eyecare in the ... #northeast region.
Arvind Shekar is one of the young adults supported by The Hans Foundation’s partner, #BiswaGouriCharitableTrust through its unit ‘Pragati Towards Livelihood’.
The estimated number of children born with congenital heart disease in India is more than 2,00,000 per year. Challenges for pediatric cardiac care includes lack of awareness, ... accessibility to hospitals and financial limitations of the families.
This Christmas, let’s come forward and send wishes full of hope, happiness and love for a joyous Holiday Season! The Hans Foundation wishes you a Merry Christmas. May this ... festival bring joy into your lives.
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India has approximately 6,00,000 villages with 70% of its population staying in rural areas.
Persons with disabilities comprise at least 4 to 8 percent of the Indian population. Only 35.29% of all people living with disabilities have access to schools.
Migrants contribute their knowledge, networks, and skills to build stronger and more resilient communities. COVID-19 has disproportionately affected vulnerable communities, ... especially migrants.