On Sunday, February 26, Annette reported on her recent trip to India at the Vrijburcht Theater. With the help of beautiful photos, those present were taken to the villages and women’s groups in Kimsar.
‘We are a member of the water club’
Visit to project areas in India At the end of January, board member Annette went to see the results of the water project of our local partner HIMCON in Kimsar.
Beautiful results in Kimsar!
The entire amount for the Kimsar project has been collected! The results are visible and we have received many thanks and blessings from the women’s groups from Kimsar for the 10 rainwater collection tanks that have been built in the region in recent months.
Kimsar project: Preparations for monsoon in full swing
The monsoon season (July/August) is the best time for building the (cement) rainwater harvesting tanks and for doing plantation work on the mountain slopes. Therefore, at present preparations are in full swing. HIMCON has selected 10 persons who will get a water tank (5000 litre) near their house. The experienced Mr. Balbir Singh Rana has started working with his team to prepare the iron structures
How the spring in village Patudi revived
Read about this initiative and many more in the Annual Progress Report 2016 of our local partner HIMCON. The report shows an impressive number of well thought through, and therefore successful, initiatives HIMCON has undertaken in the past year. All is done in close cooperation with the 36 women groups in the more than 20 village communities of the project areas in Tehri and Pauri
‘Kom ons een keer opzoeken!’
Op weg naar Kimsar Na ruim een jaar ben ik terug in India om dorpen te bezoeken waar de lokale partnerorganisaties van HIMALAYA RESOURCES samen met tientallen vrouwengroepen allerlei geweldige initiatieven ontplooien. Vanuit de eens zo serene heilige plaats Rishikesh vertrekken we naar het afgelegen gebied Kimsar. Fijn dat we de harde luidsprekers, waardoor tegenwoordig bijna de hele dag hindoeïstische teksten en gebeden over de