Groundwater Rejuvenation As Climate ChangE Resilience for marginalized and gender sensitive GangeS (GRACERS). GRACERS aims to produce feasibility maps for decentralized groundwater recharge in the Ganges basin that will enable storing of monsoon rainfall for dry season water access. These maps will seamlessly fit into the recommendation plans of bigger projects, currently undertaken by the Governments of India and of Bangladesh. The project findings have helped in sensitizing the gender-sensitive groundwater issues and have proposed sites and methods to increase groundwater recharge.
The final dissemination workshop on Groundwater Rejuvenation As Climate ChangE Resilience for marginalized and gender sensitive GangeS (GRACERS) is jointly organized by the Rural Data Research and Analysis Lab, IIT Bombay, IHE Delft, Institute of Water Modelling (IWM) Bangladesh, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, and National Institute of Hydrology (NIH).
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