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Hear from our interns

Water, charity and what we have learned During their time as WaterHarvest interns over the last few months, Robert Tucker and Molly Joyce have learned a great deal about the work of the charity and the transformative impact of clean water. Here, they discuss their experience and the knowledge they have gained at WaterHarvest. Robert: …

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How our work is helping in Dholavira

The severe drought in Dholavira and the significance of Water Harvesting How are the Water Harvesting works in Dholavira village helping reduce the troubles of people and animals during a serious drought? The Rann, of Kutch, is situated in the western part of the India. This region has been considered one of the hottest places …

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The importance of the monsoon

Why is the monsoon so important? With the monsoon set to arrive in Rajasthan in the next fortnight, we look at what makes it so important. With the rain seen in the UK over the last week, it’s hard to imagine the heatwave currently going on in India as they wait for the arrival of …

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Behind the scenes at WaterHarvest

Going behind-the-scenes Financial management might not be glamorous, but is the key to WaterHarvest’s impact This week’s blog highlights the importance of financial management and the role of Dinesh Sharma, the finance manager in our India office. Whilst Dinesh’s work is often in the background, it is fundamental to ensuring the impact of our donors’ …

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Our first UNESCO conference

Our first ever UNESCO Water Conference Water can be a source of conflict. It should be a source of peace. This week our CEO, Nicola Floyd, attended the UNESCO International Water Conference in Paris. With over 37 government ministers, 1,000 scientists and water experts, 126 countries and many young people represented, this was an opportunity to …

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