VOGUE Features Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls School

VOGUE India features CITTA in October 2020 issue on Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls School!

Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls School: Aug-Sept 2019

Follow our progress at The GYAAN Project!

Update! GYAAN Project in Jaisalmer: June-July 2019

New Photos! Our latest progress at the GYAAN Prokect and Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls School and Women’s Center in Jaisalmer, India: June-July 2019

Watch the progress of the RAJKUMARI RATNAVATI GIRLS’ SCHOOL in Jaisalmer India!

Constructed from local sandstone, the Girls’ School and Womens Center will address the need to educate girls and empower women from the neighboring villages of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. The oval forms reflect universal symbols of female strength. The structure replicates the undulating planes of the sand dunes and also serves as a metaphor for the rippling effect that education can have on impoverished areas. The intention is also to incorporate the traditional building… Read More

CITTA Relief Efforts Continue in Rural Nepal Villages

CITTA Executive Director, Michael Daube, continues earthquake relief efforts in rural villages that have not yet been reached.

CITTA in Kathmandu for Earthquake Relief

CITTAs team has arrived in Kathmandu safely and are bringing relief and medical support to so many in need. Thank you to all who have been a part of supporting our efforts through your kind and immediate donations. Her are some of the photos over the past few days since we arrived. Shanku, Nepal, was hit hard by the earthquake. Dr. Christopher Barley, Dr. Sanjay Bhattachan and Dr. Dikshanta Prasai helped provide… Read More

CITTA Team in Kathmandu for Earthquake Relief

Nepal is desperately poor. Its hospitals are overcrowded with earthquake survivors who need urgent medical treatment, and the threat of infectious disease is real and mounting.

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Way of Life Film by David Driver

A documentary film by director David Driver, providing and intimate look into the development of CITTA projects over an eight year journey of Michael Daube.