WaterHarvest office

May update from our India office team

The impact from COVID 19 is on livelihoods, not just lives. WaterHarvest’s India office team, whilst working from home, is in touch with our partners to get information from the project villages and regions in Rajasthan and Gujarat. According to our partners, the COVID 19 lockdown has really affected the lives of the poorest of …

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Seeing is believing

A short video clip enables you to see our work from the ground, from the sky and through the different seasons in just a few minutes.  Please note this blog was published on the 7th May 2020. Whilst nothing replicates the experience of being on the ground in our programmes, our short video clips do have their …

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Our first online event

Om Prakash Sharma talked to over sixty supporters direct from his home in Udaipur.  Please note this blog was posted on 24th April, 2020. As many of you know, we had to cancel our annual ‘Spring Sammelan’ due the lock down. We really wanted to let people know about the work we are doing, the work we …

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Clean water for another thousand people

Two schools and 169 households will have clean water at this difficult time.  Please note this blog was originally posted on 9th April 2020. Despite our programmes being paused on March 24th, during this financial year we have built 111 taankas, 58 roof rainwater harvestings structures for households and two roof rainwater harvesting structures for …

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COVID 19 Update – 31st March 2020

In these difficult and unprecedented times, we wanted to keep you updated on WaterHarvest and its programmes. On 24th March 2020, the Indian government ordered people to stay in their homes. As at Tuesday 31st March, there are 1,251 reported cases of coronavirus in India and 32 deaths. Like all countries across the world, testing is …

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