Sakri River Basin 90km River Walk
In 2019, in the Sakri River of Chhattisgarh. We did a detailed research by taking samples of all the connecting villages situated besides the river on Water label, Animal, Agricultural effect and Historical aspects as well as make a documentary film by walking approx. 90 k.m. besides the Sakri River from origin point’s first village (Kariyama Village, Dist. Kabirdham, Chhattisgarh) of River to the end point of the Sakri River (Darhi Village, Dist. Bemetara, Chhattisgarh) where it merged in the Half River.
On Gory Nala Site Shramdaan at the task of evacuating the Gaad (Silt) from Narva (Canal) of Sakri River.घोरी नाला साइट, सकरी नदी के नरवा (नाला) से गाद निकासी कार्य में श्रमदान.
Direct interaction with the villagers about the river, interviews and suggestionsनदी से लगे गाँव के लोगों से सीधी बातचीत, साक्षात्कार और सुझाव
Documentary film exhibition with Social organizations, environmentalist and public representativesडॉक्यूमेंट्री फिल्म की प्रदर्शनी
समाजसेवी संस्थानों, पर्यावरणविद्,
तथा जन प्रतिनिधियों के मध्य चर्चा
News Covrageसमाचार कवरेज
Interaction with Public Representative MLA’s Mr. Ashish Chhabra (MLA Bemetara), Smt. Mamta Chandrakar (MLA Pandaria), Social workers and youthजनप्रतिनिधी विधायक बेमेतरा श्री आशीष छाबड़ा, विधायक पंडरिया श्रीमती ममता शर्मा, समाजसेवियों तथा युवाओं से संवाद
MediaOur heartland rivers make up India’s Watershed—a vital river system that provides drinking water, recreation, habitat, and serves as an economic engine for the nation. Hundreds of business, government, and science organizations graded the state of Chhattisgarh’s Watershed and identified critical areas for improvement. The Impact stories of Bolti Nadi Initiative reveals many opportunities to improve our economy and secure our water supplies if we act together now. Working together, we can find solutions for improving water quality and quantity, safety, and the health of India’s Watershed.
Every river needs their own and original solution, one idea to restore all rivers around the globe is myth. We believe in work each river separately. Thousands of rivers and the watersheds weave a tapestry across our landscape that connects our ecosystems, cities, economies, communities and culture. Local caretakers, advocates, and enthusiasts are essential to protect and restore these systems.
– Amir Hashmi