By Blue Planet Network Posted on Sun 12 Jul 2009, about 12 years ago
The review of Ekoventure http://www.peerwater.org/organizations/65 is relevant since the both orgs were introduced together and have worked together on rope pump and the siphon water filter.
By Blue Planet Network Posted on Wed 08 Jul 2009, about 12 years ago
Since you have done water projects in Rajasthan, am introducing you to Barefoot and WOTR who are doing some work there.
Can you explain a bit about how you work? On your website, i see the 3 board of directors. How many staff do you have? How much of your projects are done via a partner (such as Ekoventure) ?
Since your vision is broad and range of activities diverse, how do manage all the diversity?
By Humana People to People India Posted on Wed 08 Jul 2009, about 12 years ago
Humana people to people works with the community specialy with rural community and established its office wherever we work.we engage staff locally and put our key person as incharge.At present we have more than 50 parmanent staff and 330 tem.staff.
As we are working with diverse activities we have forums where we discuss each project under its Forum like - CDP Forum, AWC Forum.
we have long term experience staff who is working since HUMANA established.
We were mother NGO in 2002-2005 with WATSAN Project from UNICEF in Rajasthan Alwar district.
We are implementing project on RCH in Rjasthan together with AADHAR (Lead NGO) funded by SIDA.
We are implementing Link worker program on HIV/AIDS with partnership with Aid at Action in Rajasthan.
we have implemented Green Post Tsunami Action Project with partnership with Ekoventure and Practica Foundation; supported by EU.