WaterHarvest Strategy Update and Annual Review 2022

This year our work in India continues with a substantial programme in both Rajasthan and Gujarat, working with four different partners. The work continues to include rainwater harvesting in remote, vulnerable communities and land rejuvenation. Many of our India programmes are now fully funded and, therefore going forward, funds we raise may be used to help vulnerable communities in Africa to have access to clean drinking water. We are very excited about this new chapter and very much hope that you will continue with us on this journey. 

Latest News

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