Opportunities for Sustainable Flood Plain Livelihood, Organic Farming, Horticulture and Social Forestry A Project Development workshop on” Opportunities for Sustainable Flood Plain Livelihood, Organic Farming, Horticulture and Social Forestry” under Multi-stakeholder Action for Hindon River Rejuvenation was jointly organized in the auditorium of the Vikas Bhawan, Surajpur, Gautam Budh Nagar, (Greater NOIDA), Uttar Pradesh by […]
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In Baghpat the District Magistrate and Chief Development Officer spearheaded a Water Walk on 9 September,2016 attended by more than 2000 youth. Mr. Rajendra Singh, Waterman of India and Stockholm Water Prize Laureate 2015 was special guest at the Hindon Yatra Exhibition & Symposium held in his ancestral town. Youth demonstrated their environmental awareness and […]
Impact Driven Partnerships for Ganga Tributary Rejuvenation Replicating and scaling up success stories from the participatory Hindon Basin approach The 2030 Water Resources Group, India Water Partnership, FICCI, Jal Jan Jodo Abhiyan, Millennium Alliance and the Government of Netherlands organized a symposium and exhibition on ‘Impact Driven Partnerships for […]
In Muzaffarnagar, central government representatives attended a high-level symposium on Saturday 27th of August. The Union Minister of State for Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation, Dr. Sanjeev Baliyan apprised the audience about his affection to Hindon River from his childhood days, being from Muzaffarnagar’s constituency. He wholeheartedly promised to extend all possible help […]
The Hindon Yatra event in Shamli on Thursday 26th of August in City Greens Auditorium was well-attended by high-level representatives of local industry, community, research organisations and administration. The District Magistrate extended his full support to the rejuvenation initiative and proposed to establish a permanent committee to monitor the execution of the projects in Shamli. Dr. […]
A workshop on “groundwater recharge opportunities in Hindon River Basin“ was organized, partnering with Department of Irrigation, 2030 Water Resources Group (2030 WRG), and Saharanpur Municipal Corporation on July 13th. The workshop was organized under Hindon Yatra Exhibition & Symposium 2016 as an exercise leading to multi- stakeholder action for river rejuvenation. The workshop was […]
The UP Department of Irrigation & Water Resources together with Saharanpur Municipal Corporation and the 2030 Water Resources Group organized a successful program to raise awareness and promote good practice solutions to improve the alarming situation of the water bodies in the Hindon river basin. The basin stretches from the Shevalik hills to Greater Noida, […]
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