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.
WOTR presented it's Water Stewardship Initiative in COP23
WOTR’s entry ‘Promoting water-stewardship for water and food security in semi-arid regions’ has been granted a special mention award by jury of Best Climate Practices Awards 2017 by Initiative on Climate Change Policy and Governance (ICCG). The Water Stewardship initiative, launched in collaboration with Hindustan Unilever Foundation (HUF), has been recognized by jury members for its behavioral approach addressing the social inclusiveness dimension of Disaster Risk Reduction and for its capacity to increase active engagement of communities living in water-scarce regions. We were honored by ICCG to present the initiative in an online panel session at COP 23 on November 8 through webinar. We thank all Jal Sevaks, Water Stewards in different villages, our committed field staff, and our funding partner- HUF for making this possible.
Watch our exclusive video about WOTR’s ‘Water Stewardship Initiative’, which was a part of the 'Best Climate Practices 2017 webinar' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmmPIsu6ZJA
The entire link for the webinar: http://www.iccgov.org/en/video/best-climate-practices-2017-award-webinar/
The announcement of Award is available at ICCG website at
To see glimpses of the Water Stewardship Initiative, please click at,