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WATER & AGRICULTURE

To combat the environmental degradation leading to contaminated water, sinking groundwater level and unhealthy soil, our environment initiatives focus on watershed management, green livelihood solutions and organic farming.

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Watershed Management & Development

Ensuring water management by identifying degraded micro watershed and rejuvenating the patch with relevant technical inputs, designed as a community-owned, managed and controlled partnership model.

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Community Safe Drinking Water

Large sized safe drinking water plants such as the reverse osmosis plants are set up in collaboration with village administration for collective use by the village people saving time, cost and energy in fetching water and preventing water-borne diseases.

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Toilets & Hygiene

Preventing open defecation and promotion of sanitation in villages through awareness to avail government subsidies and construct and use household toilets.

Waste Management

Because the weakest groups in society are directly dependent on their environment for food, they are usually most affected by the damaged local environment. While the amount of domestic waste from the population is increasing, the composition of household waste has become very diverse in recent years. Today, only 40% of generated household waste is biodegradable, while 60% are non-biodegradable. In addition, most households do not recycle their waste and tend to dispose of all the materials together.

To ensure a clean and healthy society, hand in hand India implements the waste management project. The project represents a model of multi-stakeholder cooperation in which NGOs, local governments and communities work together to bring about ecologically and economically sustainable waste management. The project aims for maximum waste recycling through composting, recycling and reuse and aims to minimize waste in landfills. Through this process, it also offers a permanent employment of people from socially and economically disadvantaged groups. The project also ensures that these practices are implemented in a sustainable way with the participation of the community. The long-term goal is thus to reduce the environmental impact.

Biogas Plants

Because the weakest groups in society are directly dependent on their environment for food, they are usually most affected by the damaged local environment. While the amount of domestic waste from the population is increasing, the composition of household waste has become very diverse in recent years. Today, only 40% of generated household waste is biodegradable, while 60% are non-biodegradable. In addition, most households do not recycle their waste and tend to dispose of all the materials together.

To ensure a clean and healthy society, hand in hand India implements the waste management project. The project represents a model of multi-stakeholder cooperation in which NGOs, local governments and communities work together to bring about ecologically and economically sustainable waste management. The project aims for maximum waste recycling through composting, recycling and reuse and aims to minimize waste in landfills. Through this process, it also offers a permanent employment of people from socially and economically disadvantaged groups. The project also ensures that these practices are implemented in a sustainable way with the participation of the community. The long-term goal is thus to reduce the environmental impact.

Toilets & Hygiene

Because the weakest groups in society are directly dependent on their environment for food, they are usually most affected by the damaged local environment. While the amount of domestic waste from the population is increasing, the composition of household waste has become very diverse in recent years. Today, only 40% of generated household waste is biodegradable, while 60% are non-biodegradable. In addition, most households do not recycle their waste and tend to dispose of all the materials together.

To ensure a clean and healthy society, hand in hand India implements the waste management project. The project represents a model of multi-stakeholder cooperation in which NGOs, local governments and communities work together to bring about ecologically and economically sustainable waste management. The project aims for maximum waste recycling through composting, recycling and reuse and aims to minimize waste in landfills. Through this process, it also offers a permanent employment of people from socially and economically disadvantaged groups. The project also ensures that these practices are implemented in a sustainable way with the participation of the community. The long-term goal is thus to reduce the environmental impact.

Balancing it Out the Green Way

Restoration of the traditional irrigation system, has brought about a marked change in the underground water-level and improved the economic, health and environmental aspects in Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu in India.

This project reached out to approximately 245 farmers, who, now have access to water. Around 50 acres of cultivable land that had been left fallow for the past 5 years has been ploughed for cultivation, following the project intervention!




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