"I used WeatherHyde while testing it in Almora (Uttarkhand, India) during the initial launch. It is extremely easy and quick to set up. It keeps the interiors significantly warm and dry from outside during cold and rain. I hope WeatherHyde reaches maximum homeless families to provide them a trustworthy shelter."
"It is very nice. The poorest who have no means and live on the streets... those who we see living on footpaths... [WeatherHYDE] is most useful to them."
Khushi, 23 years, was born homeless. WeatherHYDE was her first home.
"[WeatherHYDE is better than our home... like it, like the safety. It is good in summer and winter."
Homeless, since 2006, he and his family started using WeatherHYDE in April 2016
"Everyone wants [WeatherHYDE]. It is good and comfortable... no rain and no wind at night."
Rita and Chotelal both work in farms. They have been living in Chilla for more than 30 years.