About the Paani Ki Baat Campaign: The situation of the constantly falling groundwater levels is worrisome, if it is to be raised, awareness has to
Testing drinking water gets easy thanks to JJM and ICMR
Very soon I am going on a road trip all across India covering rural areas in India.
If you are willing to give me water filters (I have heard a lot about NirNal), which I can distribute on my way in the villages, schools where children don't get to drink clean water. This will bring me immense happiness and I will feel my trip as fulfilled.
COVID-19 pandemic brought clean water, basic hygiene practices and sanitation to the centre stage with these becoming crucial to deal with the health crisis.
In 2016, India ranked 131 among 188 countries in the Human Development Index (HDI). With a population of 1.3 billion, the need for services is high, a
75 percent districts in India are hotspots of extreme climate events: Report
How have watershed development projects fared in India? Have they helped in better distribution of benefits among the poor and marginalised? Why is it important to talk about watershed development at this juncture?
This book by Dr Eshwer Kale dwells on these questions and explores issues around social exclusion among resource-poor people in watershed development projects.
Evidence world over shows that small scale agricultural production does very little to deal with malnutrition and food insecurity among rural poor.
A few of us did an exercise where we closed our eyes and thought of the first four words that came to our minds when we thought of water data in India. Here is what we came up with: