- Code : RC-MTV-ENV-02/18
- Dispo : 1M / 1F (Total Part 2)
- Langue du Projet : ENG /
- Age : 21 - 99
RUCHI is a non-profit organisation committed to community development since 1983.
Volunteers under this project will be based in rural setting and involved in creating awareness regarding environmental importance of fresh water. The saying f there is going to be a Third World War, it will be on wateraeuro goes well for this area too. Even though the area gets ample rainfall there is a perpetual shortage of water in dry months. The problem is more of management and not availability. Every drop of water needs to be conserved. springs among local community and youth. They are also expected to develop methodology to protect and replenish these fresh water sources. Working closely with local youth following tasks shall be undertaken by volunteers.1.Creating a data base of these fresh water bodies within project area.2.Evaluating their present conditions and collecting water samples for testing.3.Developing and implementing a recharge plan using traditional methods and using local resources. Volunteers with prior experience in following field are most welcome to apply and bring in new ideas.
Accommodation is on sharing basis with common toilets and bath. Most likely, volunteers will stay in RUCHI campus.Food offered will be simple authentic Indian vegetarian and freshly cooked. Three meals a day will be served/provided. Assistance while cooking is desired of volunteers. Volunteers are free to cook meals of their country choice on every Sunday.
Our project area of Baddi Himachal Pradesh has breathtaking views. Since ages, the mountain people depend on natural spring and streams to meet their water requirements. The area has abundant of fresh water bodes. These resources are under tremendous pressure due to environmental degradation, human negligence paired with his rapid thirst for urbanisation. Baddi is an industrial area. Economically poor people migrated to the area in search of jobs and established their temporary settlements. These settlements are devoid of even basic amenities and hence called aeurooeslumsaeuro. Industries and increased human population is pressurizing the already depleting natural resources and causing a serious environmental, health and amp; sanitation problem. RUCHI has worked towards protection and development of these fresh water spring for more than 10 years, but still a lot has to be done.During leisure time, volunteers can visit the Rock Garden of international fame in Chandigarh, Pinjore Garden, Kasauli and Shimla hills.
Volunteers with experience in water conservation will be given a preference.
Presently, RUCHI head office is located in a new complex called the Technology Resource Centre (TRC). The office a centre of technology transfer came into force, in the year 1994 as an extension program of CAPART, of the Ministry of Rural Development. The objective is to promote, develop and modify the rural technologies. Situated in the hills of Solan district in Bandh village, this centre has been the hub of all activities.
RUCHI has focused through the years on promoting sustainable anthropocentric development through empowerment â€“ by providing assistance and technical support to the underprivileged, showing them the way to minimize dependence and thus attain a better life â€“ rather than just through charity. RUCHIâ€™s founders felt there was a need for a committed workforce to initiate the process of development at the grassroots level, encouraging individual and community participation in the process.