The Paani Ka Teeka Movement

Paani ka Teeka is a citizen's movement that will inspire the citizens to become agents of change, take affirmative actions and unanimously come together as a nation for countering the water crisis. The calamity is no longer the problem of a few, we are all equally responsible for the shrinking of our water resource. Every drop of water counts, every drop of water has to be saved. We must continuously look at altering our lifestyles with a singular aim of conserving as much water. A change must come in ourselves, our homes, our offices, our schools, our educational campuses, our public utilities areas and overall in our immediate surroundings, before we step into taking care of our villages and our country. Sustained efforts are being made as part of the project to drive the necessary impact over the next few years.

The aim is to encourage people across our country to take ownership of the depletion, conserve every drop and contribute in your own way for the cause of water.

The Paani Ka Teeka Universe

The campaign begins from Maharashtra and spreads across the country in the coming years.

TAKE THE PLEDGE

Bring change to your immediate surroundings and inspire a water positive nation.

TRANSFORM OUR VILLAGES

Empower 100+ villages through water harvesting, water conservation and watershed management techniques. The project organically grows to 1000+ villages within a year.

PAANI KA TEEKA CONCERT

Musicians come together in support of the campaign to amplify the cause.

MASS MOVEMENT

Paani Ka Teeka movement will then engage with societies, schools, colleges and corporates to join the campaign.

CSR ENGAGEMENT

CSR circles to adopt best practises to save water in the sector.

PAANI KA TEEKA AWARDS

Best practises across cross-section of society are gratified.

Watershed Organisation Trust


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WOTR is a non-profit that engages at the intersection of practice, knowledge and policy across scales and in collaboration with stakeholders from across sectors. WOTR assists rural communities to assess their vulnerabilities to climatic and non-climatic risks. It organises them in a socially and gender inclusive manner to help themselves out of poverty by regenerating their ecosystems in a holistic and integrated manner, conserving and optimising resource use, especially water, and undertaking climate smart sustainable livelihoods. Being a Learning Organisation, WOTR undertakes applied research and closely engages with institutional and governance actors so that insights and good practices derived from ground experience contribute to shaping enabling policies and effective programs. With a view to up-scaling successful interventions, WOTR develops pedagogies for implementation and organises a variety of knowledge sharing and capacity building events for stakeholders across the civil society, developmental and governance spaces, from India and other countries.

WOTR's goal is to ensure water & food, livelihoods and income security together with a growing quality of life to vulnerable and disadvantaged communities on a sustainable and equitable basis.

3,745

WOTR Villages

887,373

Hectares of Area Covered under Watershed Development

1.32 Million

People Impacted

365,000+

people trained from 27 states of India and 63 countries

Advisory Board

Princess Asharaje Gaekwad



Prof S. Parasuraman

Vice Chancellor - Tata Institute of Social Sciences



Mr. Vivek Rai Gupta

Senior Advisor - Reliance Industries Limited



Technical Advisors

Mr. Crispino Lobo

(Managing Trustee, WOTR)



Dr. Marcella D’Souza

Executive Director, WOTR



Dr.Shashidhar Kashyap

M.Sc. (Biophysics) Ph.D.(Microbiology)






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