Rainwater for Humanity work in Kerala has been recognized by a local news source, “Manorama Online”! The article explains the project’s background, our impact in the village of Achinakom, and testimonial quotes from the India perspective. Click below to learn more. Achinakom- A Tale of Rainwater for a cause by Elizabeth Thomas
The New York Times had a great article last week – linked here – about the dire need for clean, affordable drinking water during the dry season in many parts of India. Some key stats they bring up: Half of the water supply in rural areas (meaning 70% of the population’s water supply) is routinely [...]
The Brown Daily Herald wrote about our ongoing work to scale-up and become a non-profit group, as well as our opportunity to speak at the Unite for Sight Conference at Yale. Copies of the paper are available around Brown’s campus or online here. Read all about it!
From our Global Giving page: We have many exciting updates to share! The last round of construction is officially over leaving 14 tanks on the ground now collecting water! And as a continuation of the successful engineering research done over the summer of 2012, we have started the prototyping process in India. By using a [...]
Here at Rainwater for Humanity, the Brown team has been working hard to improve our internal structure and public image. The spotlight of our hard work’s pay features a newly re-designed website and many, many new goals! Here’s a little insight on what our future holds: Prototype testing is underway… which could bring a whole [...]