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Help these Agrarian Women to Save Ground Water

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I’m a self-employed woman from Ghaziabad who would like to help poor women for planting trees, saving rain water for drinking. I was till now helping these women for earning lively hood by making compost from cow dung, I help them in selling compost bag for those who are having balcony garden or some plants in their house. This make them earning a little bit for their everyday expenses.  
We all are aware that trees are getting vanished as well as ground water. Fresh drinking water and fresh air is the need of an hour.
Many agencies including NITI Ayog is saying that drinking water will not be available for many cities after 2020. Village and small towns are no exceptions.
Sultanpur in Uttar Pradesh is facing water challenges. I want to help one village to plant some 150 trees in this plating season starting from August 2019 to Dec 2019. This village has 150 families, therefore 1 tree per family. Apart from this we will plant 1 more tree for the family who will donate more than INR 350.00. We will keep updating on the growth of that tree in the month of August 2020 and subsequent years. A tree need three years to become self-sustainable. Before that it need some organic fertilizer and water.
Rain water harvesting will help them to accumulate water for drinking throughout year. This village has a pond which has lost its capacity to store water. Cleaning is needed for year round storage for cleaning and increasing ground label of water. Women are suffering more because of this water crisis.  
Help these women. No donation is less. These women will be grateful for this help. A village with green cover will be your bit towards the mother Earth.
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Rs.251 raised

Goal: Rs.500,000

Beneficiary: Neera info_outline

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Ramesh donated Rs.251

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