650,000,000 650 million people in the world don't have access to safe water.


We provide clean, drinking water to citizens in rural and in remote geographies.

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13,000,000 Every year, over 13 million children under the age of 5 years die from illnesses.


We provide affordable healthcare for basic needs, especially in villages and where healthcare is scarce or not available.

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1,200,000,000 1.2 billion people are without access to electricity.


We encourage the usage of clean, green technology to deliver cheap energy to power light, cooking, heating and manufacturing.

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775,000,000 775 million adults — approximately 12 percent of the world’s population — are considered functionally illiterate.


We deliver affordable or free education to the masses, by applying technology to deliver practical learning by skilled teachers.

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WHEELS Global Foundation (WGF) to Host Their First Annual Achievement Awards Gala


The Foundation is focused on Providing Technology Driven Philanthropy to Uplift Global Communities.Bethesda, MD - On June 2, 2016, WHEELS Global Foundation (WGF) will host their first annual red carpet event,...

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Clean Drinking Water Plant (CDWP) donated by WGF


Ron Mehta drinking pure water in Agiya Village, Gujarat from the Clean drinking Water Plant donated and installed by WHEELS. CDWP Plants Completed In 2013 Through 2015 by WHEELS Haveli...

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We are looking forward to seeing you at WHEELS Achievement Awards Gala on June 2nd.                              ...

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SEVAK (helper) Jayeshbhai doing a Blood Pressure Screening in Indiranagar, Ahmedabad


SEVAK (helper) Jayeshbhai doing a Blood Pressure Screening in Indiranagar, Ahmedabad . SEVAK is Health care project under WHEELS. SEVAK project is implemented and running in 26 villages of India,...

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Toilets built in Karunda - a hamlet that is part of Agiya


"Prashanbaa, a widow from Agiya village of Gujarat, like other women in her village was compelled to defecate in the open daily, as she did not have a toilet at...

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Accompanied by Habitat for Humanity’s field coordinator


Accompanied by Habitat for Humanity’s field coordinator Ms. Vaibhavi Thaker, the women received new toilets in Karunda, a hamlet of Agiya.

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