A new short film for WaterHarvest

We’ve just completed another short film for WaterHarvest, a charity helping indigenous people in Rajasthan harvest rainwater.

Drinking contaminated water leads to poor concentration and, in more severe cases, impaired cognitive function. 

Part of WaterHarvest’s work focuses on building rainwater harvesting structures for schools. These simple structures catch and store the monsoon rains and provide year-round clean drinking water at school for the pupils. In addition to providing clean water, their work also incorporates hygiene and sanitation training. Since young children learn best whilst having fun, their programmes use specially adapted games such as snakes and ladders. 

Watch the video to see more.

You can also keep up to date with all the latest news about the WaterHarvest project on the link below.

2018 - 2023

Climate change brings big shifts in rainfall across the world and this is felt especially in Rajasthan in North West India. The people have always used ancient traditional methods to collect rain water during the monsoon season.