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Thanks once again to Bob Durston for this latest newsletter from the charity WaterHarvest (formerly known as Wells for India). It includes the Spring 2018 edition of the WaterHarvest magazine, which may be downloaded. This is a most informative magazine which includes "Where we work and what we do" in the form of a map, a description of the Chauka system and how it works, and even a recipe for 'Paneer in Spicy Tomato Sauce'.
From: WaterHarvest <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Fri, 20 Apr 2018 12:53
Subject: WaterHarvest Magazine - Spring 2018 - Ready to download now!
The new issue of our bi-annual magazine, WaterHarvest, is out now!
OUT NOW - WaterHarvest 065 - Spring 2018 - OUT NOW
Following a very busy 30th Anniversary year, we continue our work in the water-scarce areas of rural India. Working alongside our incredible local partners, we ensure that our work has impact, is relevant and our India team consistently collaborates to ensure that traditional wisdom, technical expertise and innovation provides simple, low-cost water harvesting solutions some of the poorest rural communities.
New Revive and Thrive Appeal
Read about our Revive & Thrive Appeal in the magazine. We aim to help 750 farmers gain back control of their lives by regenerating 150 hectares of degraded land. Your help can transform the lives of these marginalised people. We plan to plant 1,200 trees, restoring the environment so bio-diversity and wildlife can prosper.
Click here to download WaterHarvest 65.
Thank you for your continued support,
The WaterHarvest team
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