Article written by Eshwer Kale published in the Economic and Political Weekly (EPW) (Vol. 52, Issue No. 3 dated 21 Jan, 2017)
(Marathi, VCD, 25 Mins)
Damalwadi and Wazar were two drought prone villages of Maharashtra, where availability of drinking water was a perennial problem. The women were the most affected by this. The requirements to implement WOTR’s clean and safe drinking water project were do-able yet challenging.
This short film tells the story of how the Samyukt Mahila Samiti (Apex Body of Womenâ€™s Self Help Groups) challenged tradition and together resolved the water issue.