This is what a true reaching out to the community could come to mean if things fall in place and this is what could make the real difference to the critical issue of fluorosis induced deformity! A beginning is unbelievably made for empowering Panchayats to stand up for the rights of the forgotten and take note... Panchayat trainings on fluorosis by team Nalgonda, a massive rejuvination project .. a plan to train some 1000 Panchayat leaders from all across Nalgonda District!! Thank you!! Spurthi Kolipaka, Soujanya Kumar, Shankar Babu, Sadguru Prasad ... See MoreSee Less
When a community can somehow find it within itself to get going a resolution for demanding safe water and write to the Panchayat, I guess that's what can give true meaning to any effort to stop a fluorosis situation in an affected location from getting out of hand. Great job Ghanashyam Bhai and Khokhon Bhai and team Orissa... you are setting incredible trends for the rest of us at the Fluoride Network to follow..and we are so proud of you :) ... See MoreSee Less
a simple but powerful perspective on skeletal fluorosis and how to revive back the health of people. This is swami vigyanand saraswati who is confident of his diagnosis that a dried river sent people to deeper aquifers in search of water and made them crippled. Bring back the river and revive the people. and he knows how to do it since he has already done amazing work in recreating a river called Sasur khaderi. This is fatehpur district of UP on banks of Ganga and another mission to get a river back and bring back a fluorosis affected village called Chauhatta starts on June 13. much inspiration and genuine work here Aakanksha PathaniaPuneet Kumar Srivastava... See MoreSee Less
Earlier, borewells were dug at feet of 300 feet, which gradually kept on increasing. Now they are being dug deep into the Earth - sometimes at depths of more than a thousand feet to extract the ground water.