Annual Report

Presenting our annual report of work done by us from 2018-2019 year. Check out our latest annual report and see how, with your help, we’re taking steps to make india drought resistant. And steps we rae going to take next year for our misison. And a big thanks to all of you who helped in making these activities happen.

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We provided more than 520 tankers (Project costed us around 7 Lakh Rs.) to different drought affected villages to alleviate their immediate need for water.

To spread awareness about water conservation, we conducted more than 24 street plays across these villages.

One of the reasons that contribute to a man made drought is cutting down of trees. With the buy-in of the villagers, we organized a tree plantation drive supported by the government of Maharashtra where we planted 4500 trees across these villages, and devised programs to ensure the survival of the trees.

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We did a prototype of an urban tree-adoption program at the Taljai hills, where the community adopted around 300 trees(planted last year) to ensure their survival over the summer when the hill is short of water.

Post the summer, we did a survey to analyse the survival rate of the trees, which came out to be more than 80%(on an average, tree adoption rate of random plantation is 5-20 %).

To promote the notion of conserving water, we also had a drawing competition for the visitors at Taljai.

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According to government data, 14,000sq km of forests were cleared to accommodate 23,716 industrial projects across India over the last 30 years. To save the greener future we have to take the actions today.

This year our major focus was to plant as much as trees as possible. And to achieve our goal we have succefully conducted tree plantation drives in Pune, Marnewadi and in Baramti.

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More than 163 million people in India do not have access to clean water. In tribal villages to fetch water people travel miles even today. Due to unclean water, many people are exposed to water-borne diseases affecting the village by kidney stones, liver and kidney damages and many types of skin diseases.

The current practice of fetching water requires heavy water pots to be carried on the head, typically by the ladies and young girls of the rural households. Head-loading leads to chronic pain and can cause serious complications during childbirth.

After understanding the situation we decided to help these villages. To provide the relief from unclean water and headload Tahaan conducted Filter Donation Drive in Vangani & Water Wheel Donation drive in Thakarwadi Village.