Balasabha students from Kasaragod district of Kerala had actively participated in the Jalasabha activities. The Balasabha students gathered on the banks of Chemmanad Kadav of Chandragiri river and became part of the cleaning process for conserving the water. It is as part of the 'Jalamaanu Jeevan' (Water is life) programme, that the Balasabha students gathered together to clean the banks of Chandragiri river. The students removed the accumulated plastic and other wastes in the banks of Chandragiri river. Shri. T.T Surendran, District Mission Coordinator, Kudumbashree Kasargode District Mission gave leadership for the programme.
Kudumbashree Mission had joined hands with Harithakerala Mission for launching Jalasabha in neighbourhood groups with an aim of fighting against water scarcity. Awareness classes are organised in all NHGs as part of the Jalasabha programme. As World Water Day was observed on 22 March, special NHG meetings were conducted as part of the Jalasabha programme in all NHGs in the state during 22 March- 31 March 2019. As part of the programme, discussions and activities were arranged, based on the pamphlets prepared on the topic 'Water is life'. The pamphlets had drawings and text which gave suggestions on how to conserve water during water scarcity. The pamphlets also gave idea on how to make rain pits and how to do well recharging effectively. A total of 1,43,000 pamphlets have been circulated among all the Balasabhas in the state. After the analysis and study a detailed report on the cleaning process would be handed over to Kudumbashree Mission and Harithakerala Mission.