Eklavya Prasad leads Megh Pyne Abhiyan (MPA) that works in rural North Bihar and Jharkhand in India. In rural areas, MPA works on issues of resilience and adaptation to extreme weather, participatory groundwater management, safe and secure drinking water processes, water quality, sanitation, hygienic, and management. And in urban waterscape MPA focuses on individual household rainwater harvesting and participatory action research. Eklavya also mentors school students for becoming future water leaders. A passionate photographer, Eklavya has captured both the complexity and beauty of the human spirit in rural and urban waterscape.