GROW is an NGO dedicated to promote care and regeneration of natural resources, building a more equitable and sustainable society, generating awareness in people who live in the less favored sectors and participating in the development processes of the community and the country, promoting actions oriented to sustainable development that address various problems of the territory.
GROW will generate avant-garde in the recovery of the environment and water resources, raise awareness in the population about the importance of small daily actions to change the future of the planet and reverse climate change. Build a society with a different vision towards the future of the use of resources and the care of the environment.
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After my first visit to Jodhpur, India, every time I turn on a faucet or hear the rain I am filled with gratitude and an awareness of the urgency to protect and provide water. Through Virginia Tech’s Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability’s Executive Master of Natural Resources (XMNR) program, I was able to take that life-changing trip and meet Mr. Rajesh Joshi, his sincere care and sadness for environmental concerns is inspiring and contagious. […] Grow Sansthan, is worth the support to help these efforts grow, this organization has great potential and certainly the heart to make sustainable change. They have my support and I look forward to see where their work leads.
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“I am humbled by Rajesh’s faith that what should be will be.
I am inspired by his commitment to taking care of the environment and my resolve to do the same is strengthened by his example.
He says that we must all do our part. At first I interpreted this statement to mean that we must all make the simple changes required to improve the environment—use fewer single use plastics, choose more clean or shared transportation modes, reduce waste, clean up after ourselves. Now I view his comment differently. We—people, industry, governments—have varying capacities, levels of commitment, and moral obligations to protect the environment. Our parts in protecting our environment are not equal. Those of us who can do more, must.”.—
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The Marwar region is known for its traditional rainwater harvesting structures such as tankas, beris, anicuts, nadis and talabs. Grow approach to the Communities in the region who had develop a rich water culture, venerating the water
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