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Seventy-one college students from 20 universities in Japan are among those who have made Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham’s Jivamritam Project, an initiative to bring clean drinking water to more than 5,000 villages across the country, a success. The students were in the Alappuzha district for 10 days to install 36 Jivamritam Water Filtration Systems, which will provide clean drinking water to 20,000 villagers in the area. The Japanese students, along with 140 students from Amrita, worked on the project through Amrita’s Live-in-Labs programme, which provides experiential learning opportunities for students to understand ground-level challenges faced by rural communities and subsequently develop sol-utions to the challenges.