In 2016-2017, together with
Drought affected village – Kutubkheda
Our project for the years 2016-2017 was to help drought affected village KUTUB KHEDA – Tal – Paithan, District – Aurangabad, in Maharashtra – India.
Kutub Kheda village is about 400km east of Mumbai with population of 1270 inhabitants. This is one of the 6 villages for which NAAM foundation has taken complete responsibility to change its face by adopting it & making it a model village. Villagers are also working with NAAM foundation closely to bring in the change in their lives and make it a life changing experience for them. The NAAM foundation plans to convert this village into progressive and sustainable developing society by initiating, monitoring and progressing various projects in the areas of Water conservation, Garbage & waste water management, Sanitary infrastructure, Drinking water facilities, Tree plantation, Education, Employment generation, etc.
Together with NAAM foundation Aadhaar4U took responsibility to change the face of the drought affected village “KUTUBKHEDA” (taluka – Paithan, district – Aurangabad, in Maharashtra) by adopting and converting it into progressive and sustainable developing society.
Together with NAAM foundation Aadhaar4U took responsibility to change the face of this villages by adopting and converting it into progressive and sustainable developing society. Aadhaar4U’s commitment was to raise €15,000 for the drought affected villages, KUTUB KHEDA. The end objective is to convert the village into progressive and sustainable developing society by supporting the initiatives to realise water conservation, building soak pits and waste management. Main focus of our activities was on:
Waste Water Management € 4.000
RO Plants for Drinking Water € 5.500
Garbage & Waste Management € 5.500
Here are some photos of the work completed and work in progress (Click on a picture for full screen):