Enhance Access to Water for 750 families in India

by SNS Foundation
Apr 18, 2012

Water Collects in Dry Well

11ft Water Collected in Dry Well
11ft Water Collected in Dry Well

While some team members from SNS Foundation were busy filling in the application form for participating in the GlobalGiving Challenge, some of their colleagues led by Ramlal Badgujar, the main project personnel were supervising the work of cleaning and deepening of a well in village Sadadpana, 80 kms of Nasik city in the state of Maharashtra, in the west of India. 

In this water well, every year come April, there would be no water. However to the surprise of villagers, with the recent work that has gone into cleaning and deepening of the water well today there was 11ft of water standing in it. 

This is the project's second biggest success, the first being the complete filling of the check dam constructed as part of the project's pilot phase activity. 


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SNS Foundation

Location: Gurgaon, Haryana - India
Website: https:/​/​www.snsf.org, info@snsf.org
SNS Foundation
Project Leader:
Indira Varadarajan
Staff member
Gurgaon, Haryana India

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