PWX and BPN Paths Diverge
31 December 2013
Blue Planet Network and Peer Water Exchange agreed to part ways. PWX remains an independent charity in India, but its link with BPN, Rajesh Shah - who played a role in both organizations, will be broken. Rajesh will now solely be with PWX.
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