Catching And Storing Rainwater with Rainwater Harvesting Systems
WaterHarvest is a UK not for profit organization working with rural communities in India to help them to build structures to catch and store rainwater, giving them clean water at home all year round.
We sharing our knowledge and experience work with remote, vulnerable communities and help them to adapt our work to suit their own environment and needs. This approach ensures that our programmes create sustainable sources of clean water all year round.
We’re a small, agile, innovative organization using the latest technologies and thinking to deliver cost-effective programmes that create long-term value and impact for the communities that we serve.
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In light of the distressing coronavirus news from India, we wanted to update you on our India office team, our partners and programmes. The India office team and our partners are ok but there are many reports of cases amongst wider family members and reports of cases in nearly all the villages that we work
In 1991, WaterHarvest (then called Wells for India), together with AFPRO, built a small dam in Ramnagar village, south west of Jaipur. The dam was designed by WaterHarvest’s India director Om Prakash Sharma. Prior to the dam being built, the monsoon rains would rush over the hard, dry land with very little filtering down into