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Champawat is a small district in the region of Kumaon (Uttarakhand), a district with a long heritage of natural gifts, the knowledge of which is lost with the passage of time and with eachbpassing generation. There is an absence of educated population, due to their migration to cities in search of brighter opportunities. What if they don't have to leave their home in search of jobs? What if they already have a blooming economy, without any harm done to the natural environment?
Well, your contribution could make this possibility come true!
Himalayi Vikas Sameeti, Chalthi, an NGO is working continuously at Champawat, Uttrakhand since early 2000s. The Sameeti is functional in the fields of education, water conservation, solar energy, skill development, agriculture and animal husbandry at 18 villages of Champawat. Under the supervision of Social Work Research Centre Tilonia, Himalayi Vikas Sameeti has undertaken various projects such as Training programme for Tribal People, Night school, Barefoot Digital Bridge school, Building water conservation tanks for government schools, Puppet Show to create awareness about clean water, Construction of Toilets in government schools, New energy resource projects and plantation activity. Mr. Mohan Singh Bisht has been leading the organization and making efforts on the ground level for creating a sustainable Champawat.
With a collaboration with SWRC the Sameeti trained 3 people for 7 months at SWRC Ajmer and Sankalp Organisation . They were given training of solar energy, stiching-knitting and other fields.
The HVS is conducting night school since 2004 economically weaker section people of area. Total of 155 students are being taught at these night schools.
-Barefoot Digital Bridge School-
In these digital schools children of poor families of age group 5-14 are being taught with a total of 100 students at present.
With the assistance of Ministry of water Conservation (Gov of Ind), Sameeti has successfully organised puppet show and displayed posters to create awareness towards conserving water. Sameeti also conducted testes of drinking water at more than 40 places in Champawat. The Sameeti has also constructed water conservation tanks and toilets at Government schools .
The HVS has also taken successful initiative for honey beekeeping program at 4 villages of Champawat with 12 women involved. These women were trained for 10 days and were given training of traditional beekeeping methods by scientists of Pantnagar University.
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