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Dr. Nicholas Grey and Dr. Mary Grey disseminate their new book “Thirsting for Water”

Dr. Nicholas Grey and Dr. Mary Grey Dr. Nicholas and Dr. Mary Grey, a dedicated couple and co-founders of Wells for India, UK, visited GRAVIS’ headquarters in Jodhpur on January 18th, 2017 to disseminate their new book which chronicles efforts to procure water in the rural desert areas of India. The book was shared by…… Continue reading Dr. Nicholas Grey and Dr. Mary Grey disseminate their new book “Thirsting for Water”

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Mainstream disability in community development

Mainstream disability in community development – rights, opportunities and priorities Disability and issues related to it continue to be a major public health challenge and a complex socio-economic barrier. The prevalence rates of disability are on rise globally. According to a World Bank estimate, One billion people, or 15% of the world’s population, experience some…… Continue reading Mainstream disability in community development

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A learning visit of international students to GRAVIS

GRAVIS recently hosted a group of international students studying in a Norway university and visiting Institute for Development Studies (IDS), Jaipur for a study abroad semester. 15 students came to GRAVIS for a day of presentations and lectures followed by a few days of field visits. The students understood India, the Thar Desert and the…… Continue reading A learning visit of international students to GRAVIS

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GRAVIS expands its agricultural and water-harvesting knowledge to Africa

Under the Indo-Africa Agricultural Innovation Bridge Programme, in collaboration with Techno Serve, GRAVIS is expanding its agricultural and water-harvesting knowledge to Africa funded by USAID. The project started in 2015 in Kenya and Malawi, two very needy countries of Africa. The project is based on exchange of traditional and innovative agricultural and water-harvesting practices. The project…… Continue reading GRAVIS expands its agricultural and water-harvesting knowledge to Africa