Rainwater for Humanity

Rainwater for Humanity harvests rain to provide clean water, boost community health, and empower women in Kuttanad, India. With creative engineering, we construct sustainable, eco-friendly rainwater storage reservoirs that provide households without pipe water connection a constant, reliable, and accessible source of clean water. We also train local women in managing the reservoirs, improving their economy by providing them alternative ways to earn vital income. Our ultimate vision is to

Solid Works stress analysis on prototype design

Solid Works stress analysis on prototype design
Photo from Progress Report 'November Update' (view small | med | large | orig)

Well water unsuitable for construction purpose

Well water unsuitable for construction purpose
Photo from Progress Report 'August update- Cost reduction with coconut fiber' (view small | med | large | orig)

Construction is underway

Construction is underway
Photo from Progress Report 'April Update- Thank you!' (view small | med | large | orig)

Our 11th water user group! Sugunan, Pannathadam

Our 11th water user group! Sugunan, Pannathadam
Photo from Progress Report 'April Update- Thank you!' (view small | med | large | orig)

Our 10th water user group! Sivankutty, Kizhakkekar

Our 10th water user group! Sivankutty, Kizhakkekar
Photo from Progress Report 'April Update- Thank you!' (view small | med | large | orig)

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