Since the lockdown was implemented on March 24, 2020, WOTR has been working at the frontlines, across seven states in India, being a source of support for the rural communities, especially farmers in these difficult times. We present to you a snapshot of our work — the relief measures we are undertaking on the ground to arrest the losses incurred by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Marathi newspaper Pudhari has covered WOTR's work in the village of Sarole Pathar, in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, where WOTR has played a key role in mobilizing the community through its 'Climate Change Adaptation Project' and 'Water Stewardship Initiative'. At a time when many parts of rural Maharashtra are facing severe water scarcity, thanks to water budgeting, the village of Sarole Pathar has managed to conserve adequate water for its needs. No water tanker (government or private) is providing water in the village while on the other hand, nearby hamlets are totally dependent on water tankers.