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Rejuvenating
Communities &
Ecosystems

Rejuvenating
Communities &
Ecosystems

The Fragility of Rural India

280 million rural Indians live in abject poverty – their fragile existence threatened by the severely degraded ecosystems, their vulnerability to climate change, and overdependence on unproductive agriculture as a livelihood.

Ecosystem
Degradation

Climate
Change

Low Agriculture Productivity

Over-dependence
on Agriculture

WOTR
Provides the
Solution

WOTR tackles the key causes of rural poverty by taking a holistic approach to rejuvenate rural communities and the ecosystems in which they live. The focus is on mobilising rural people and building their capacities to efficiently manage the land, water, and forests that surround them. Working at the grassroots, WOTR creates resilient rural communities that enjoy a fulfilling life within vibrant and sustainable ecosystems.

Agriculture

Women Empowerment

Water & Land Management

Livelihoods

Health Sanitation & Nutrition

WOTR
Provides the
Solution

WOTR tackles the key causes of rural poverty by taking a holistic approach to rejuvenate rural communities and the ecosystems in which they live. The focus is on mobilising rural people and building their capacities to efficiently manage the land, water, and forests that surround them. Working at the grassroots, WOTR creates resilient rural communities that enjoy a fulfilling life within vibrant and sustainable ecosystems.

Agriculture

Women Empowerment

Water & Land Management

Livelihoods

Health Sanitation & Nutrition

WOTR
Provides the
Solution

WOTR tackles the key causes of rural poverty by taking a holistic approach to rejuvenate rural communities and the ecosystems in which they live. The focus is on mobilising rural people and building their capacities to efficiently manage the land, water, and forests that surround them. Working at the grassroots, WOTR creates resilient rural communities that enjoy a fulfilling life within vibrant and sustainable ecosystems.

Agriculture

Women Empowerment

Water & Land Management

Livelihoods

Health Sanitation & Nutrition

WOTR
Provides the
Solution

WOTR tackles the key causes of rural poverty, and takes a holistic approach to rejuvenating rural communities and the ecosystems in which they live – mobilsing rural people to regenerate and efficiently manage the land, water and forests that surround them. Working at the grassroots, WOTR creates resilient rural communities that enjoy a fulfilling quality of life within vibrant and sustainable ecosystems.

Water & Land Management

Livelihoods

Women Empowerment

Agriculture

Health Sanitation & Nutrition

How WOTR Operates

There is an urgent need to transform the rural landscape of India – from degraded ecosystems and impoverished villages, into vibrant hubs of prosperity. WOTR is at the forefront of this important work and takes a three-pronged approach in transforming rural communities.
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Our Impact

WOTR has been working with rural communities in India for about 3 decades now. It has touched the lives of over 4.07 million people across 4,152 villages in India and included participants from 63 countries in training and exposure programmes.

Our Impact

WOTR has been working with rural communities in India for about 3 decades now. It has touched the lives of over 3.8 million people across 3754 villages in India and included participants from 63 countries in training and exposure programmes.

Ecosystem Based Approach

To effectively address rural poverty, we must employ strategic solutions that tackle its key causes so as to bring about enduring change. By using an integrated Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) approach; we regenerate degraded ecosystems to help rural communities adapt to climate change while expanding livelihood opportunities, improving health, nutrition and people’s well-being.

Ecosystem Based Approach

To effectively address rural poverty, we must employ strategic solutions that tackle its key causes so as to bring about enduring change. By using an integrated Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) approach; we regenerate degraded ecosystems to help rural communities adapt to climate change while expanding livelihood opportunities, improving health, nutrition and people’s well-being.

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