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5th August 2019
Dear Supporters,

Tank de-siltation work as part of Dyavasa River Rejuvenation project is 80% complete and water has started collecting in the  Tank now due to good rains. The expense vouchers have been prepared for payments to be made to the contractor for the JCB work and labour work.

Thank You
Dear Supporters,

Tank de-siltation work as part of Dyavasa River Rejuvenation project is 80% complete and water has started collecting in the  Tank now due to good rains. The expense vouchers have been prepared for payments to be made to the contractor for the JCB work and labour work.

Thank You
26th June 2019
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your recent contribution to the de-siltation of one of the tanks as part of 'Dyavasa Punarujjivana' river rejuvenation program.
Just after a few showers of rain, water has started collecting in the recently de-silted tank and the results are encouraging. We are very sure that it will help recharge the ground in the area and contribute to the flow of the stream as it is one of the upstream tanks.
Please take a look at the photos before that you have seen already and now after initial rains.


Your contribution has made a difference.

We had started this campaign for 'crowdfunding' for the cause of 'Dyavasa Punarujjivana' river rejuvenation program that consists of de-silting of about 15 tanks one by one and creating check dams and re-charge wells along the river.
One of the projects was to take up de-silting of an upstream tank with which this campaign started. After successful de-siltation with help from donors, local people, a local foundation, etc., after the initial few drops of rain itself, the results are encouraging. Water has seen accumulating in the tank already. We would like to extend the campaign as there are many more tanks to go and the initial results are very positive. Your contribution is making a difference already and any help from any source is most welcome.

Please donate and request others.
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your recent contribution to the de-siltation of one of the tanks as part of 'Dyavasa Punarujjivana' river rejuvenation program.
Just after a few showers of rain, water has started collecting in the recently de-silted tank and the results are encouraging. We are very sure that it will help recharge the ground in the area and contribute to the flow of the stream as it is one of the upstream tanks.
Please take a look at the photos before that you have seen already and now after initial rains.


Your contribution has made a difference.

We had started this campaign for 'crowdfunding' for the cause of 'Dyavasa Punarujjivana' river rejuvenation program that consists of de-silting of about 15 tanks one by one and creating check dams and re-charge wells along the river.
One of the projects was to take up de-silting of an upstream tank with which this campaign started. After successful de-siltation with help from donors, local people, a local foundation, etc., after the initial few drops of rain itself, the results are encouraging. Water has seen accumulating in the tank already. We would like to extend the campaign as there are many more tanks to go and the initial results are very positive. Your contribution is making a difference already and any help from any source is most welcome.

Please donate and request others.
17th June 2019


Dear Supporters,


One of the tanks taken up for de-siltation, as part of 'Dyavasa Punarujjivana', the rejuvenation of the Dyavasa  river stream project is now complete and waiting for rains to fill it up. It involved over 15 days of work using JCB excavator and 2000 loads of silt had to be transported. With the help of funds raised from donors, payment to JCB owners and Tipper owners used for transportation of silt is still being made.Attached are some of the payment vouchers used for payment for reference.

We are waiting for the rains now to see the results. There are more tanks to take up and more check dams to be built as part of the overall project which will progress as and when the funds are received from the donors and other local sources.


Dear Supporters,


One of the tanks taken up for de-siltation, as part of 'Dyavasa Punarujjivana', the rejuvenation of the Dyavasa  river stream project is now complete and waiting for rains to fill it up. It involved over 15 days of work using JCB excavator and 2000 loads of silt had to be transported. With the help of funds raised from donors, payment to JCB owners and Tipper owners used for transportation of silt is still being made.Attached are some of the payment vouchers used for payment for reference.

We are waiting for the rains now to see the results. There are more tanks to take up and more check dams to be built as part of the overall project which will progress as and when the funds are received from the donors and other local sources.