Inaugration of Jal Jeevan

Inauguration of Jal Jeevan – safe drinking water facilities in 3 municipal schools. The Water Resources Committee inaugurated Jal Jeevan safe drinking water facilities in 3 municipal schools (where our Bhavishya Yaan are also conducted) in association with Indus International as under: 1. Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Municipal School, Worli (over 1000 students) 2. N M […]


Rtn. Vineet Suchanti on Jal Jeevan, the Water Resources Committee

Jal Jeevan is an initiative that provides safe drinking water to slums in and around Mumbai. By installing a 10,000 litre purification plant, or a Jal Jeevan Centre, the committee has been able to ensure hygienic drinking water to various areas. Once the plant is installed, training and advocacy is provided by experts on various […]


3rd Jal Jeevan Centre inaugurated at Ambujwadi, Malad

On 21st November, the Water Resources Committee established its 3rd Jal Jeevan Centre at Ambujwadi slum in Malwani to provide safe, clean drinking water to the residents of that community. A Global Grant project of the Rotary Club of Bombay in partnership with Rotary Club of Detroit, the Jal Jeevan Centre houses a Reverse Osmosis water […]


Water Resources Committee Report 2016

After the success of the first Jal Jeevan Center at the Rafi Nagar Slums in Govandi, on 16th October the 2nd Centre was inaugurated at the Rathodi Malwani Slums in Malad, and this Global Grant project was inaugurated at the behest of DG Gopal Mandhania and President Dr. Mukesh Batra. Rtn. Suresh Goklaney was nominated […]


RCB Inaugurates Its Second Jal Jeevan Center

RCB’s Jal Jeevan Project was awarded a Global Grant this year by The Rotary Foundation for setting up clean and safe drinking water, on a sustainable basis, at slums in Mumbai. In keeping with this premise, on October 16th, RCB inaugurated its second Jal Jeevan Center at Rathodi village in the Malwani slums of Malad, […]


Water Resources Committee Visits Nagpur

On September 18th and 19, four Rotarians – Ravi Fotedar, PP Sandip Agarwalla, Mahesh Khubchandani and Rohan Dalal – of our Club’s Water Resources Committee accompanied by Dr. Ajit Gokhale (an expert in agriculture, water management and environment), toured villages in the Yavatmal and Chandrapur districts to survey projects undertaken by the Rotary Club of Nagpur. Rotary Club of Bombay has partnered […]


‘Water Relief!’ – A Report: The Water Resources Committee’s Joint Project

The brilliant efforts of the ongoing undertaking to provide safe drinking water at Govandi (near Chembur) by RCB’s Water Resources Committee have brought in the much needed difference in the lives of residents living in and around Rafi Nagar slum. Committee Chair, PP Sandip Agarwalla visited the ‘Jal Jeevan Centre’ (under the Aquaguard JalJeevan Project, […]