Four new projects in the Thar

Our new projects with four new partners took another big step forward with an online meeting between the WaterHarvest team and the new partners. The meeting gave us all the opportunity to see each other face to face and to learn more about each other. The final details of the projects are being sorted but …

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A huge thank you to Julie Bushell!

Since 2012, Julie Bushell has raised over £9,000 for WaterHarvest through hosting a summer and winter quiz – and also a curry night.  We do not underestimate the huge amount of work that goes into putting together a quiz, sending it out and collecting all the donations and we are incredibly grateful. We would also …

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Live from Udaipur

Om and his team talked – direct from Udaipur -to supporters about the impact of our work over the last year and the challenges of coronavirus.

Clean drinking water for all

In Rajasthan, there are over a million and a half people living with disabilities. People with disabilities are some of the most marginalised in society, especially in poor countries. Stigma, inaccessible water, sanitation and hygiene facilities and limited independence often result int hem having limited access to water and sanitation services. Persons with disabilities are …

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Increasing our work in the Thar desert

Over 33 years, WaterHarvest has achieved so much due to its incredible, inspirational partnerships with local NGOs. Working with partner NGOs and communities are the back-bone of our work so much so that without them, we could not have directly impacted lives of over two million people and reach almost 2,000 villages. Searching for new …

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