24 Feb 2021
This report is based on an assessment carried out by South Asia Consortium for Interdisciplinary Water Resources Studies (SaciWATERs), Hyderabad, India and co-funded by UNICEF and EU on Bihar. http://www.saciwaters.org/eu/Situation_paper_Bihar.pdf
08 Mar 2019
Cap-Net newsletter published about the training organised by SaciWATERs on ‘Prevention, Detection and Management of Arsenicosis’ http://www.cap-net.org/2019/03/01/training-about-prevention-detection-and-management-of-arsenicosis-in-india/
06 Feb 2018
Arsenic Knowledge and Action Network (AKAN) and SWACHA organised an exposure visit from Titabar to Majuli on 12 th and 13 th January, 2018. The main objective of this visit was to bring about an exchange of experiences and knowledge of the local water champions. The team was led by Mr. Ananta Khanikar. During the two day visit, the team interacted with school teachers, students...
20 Dec 2017
Arsenic Knowledge and Action Network (AKAN) and SWACHA organised an exposure visit from Majuli to Titabar on 18th and 19th December, 2017. The community people of the Titabar area have taken local-level initiatives to reduce the arsenic exposure. To strengthen the activities of the network the exposure visit was conducted, the main objective of which was to bring about an exchange of experiences and knowledge...
30 Nov 2017
The Safe Water Centre for Healthy Assam (SWaCHA) in collaboration with Arsenic Knowledge and Action network (AKAN) and Fluoride Knowledge and Action Network (FKAN) organised a two day sensitisation workshop on ‘Arsenic in Drinking Water and it’s Manifestations on Health’ in Nalbari among PHED worker, medical practitioners, civil society organisations. Various technical sessions were held by Er. AB Paul, Dr. Kunal Kanti Majumdar, Mr. Ajit...
15 Sep 2017
As a part of the research collaboration with The Researcher, West Bengal under the ongoing Shifting Grounds project, the results of the test of the water samples from both public and private tube-wells were disseminated through a workshop organized on 14th Sep 2017 at Diksha Bhawan, Ramkrishna Mission Ashram, Narendrapur, Kolkata. Report Download pdf
01 Sep 2017
As a part of the research collaboration with The Researcher, West Bengal under the ongoing Shifting Grounds project, arsenic testing campaign was conducted in Tihuria village, South 24 Parganas in West Bengal. The water samples from both public and private tube-wells were tested through the Merck Testing kit and also at the PHED accredited laboratories. Map Report Download pdf
01 Jul 2017
Khagaria is a district of Bihar. Earlier it was the part of the Munger district. Its sub-division was created in the year 1943-44. It was upgraded as a district, with effect from 10th May, 1981, vide Government of Bihar Notification no. – 7/T-1-207/79 dated 30th April, 1981. This region is a region of rivers. There is seven rivers flow through this region and due to...
01 Jul 2017
My research area is Kairi village which is in Paschim Champaran and located in Gaunaha Tehsil of Paschim Champaran in Bihar. It is 25km away from the sub district headquarters Gaunaha and 70 km away from district headquarters Bettiah. When I visit this village for my field research to see indigenous knowledge related to safe drinking water among villagers. In the village I saw except...
23 May 2017
Training cum Awareness workshop on Impact of Arsenic contamination and probable remedial measures held on 30th April 2017 in Kheyada 1 GP office, Sonarpur block , South 24 Parganas, West Bengal. The workshop, coordinated by The Researcher (https://www.theresearcherwb.org) was one of the activities under the Knowledge Exchange modules of the ongoing Shifting Grounds Project (http://saciwaters.org/shiftinggrounds) in collaboration with Arsenic Knowledge and Action Network. Download Report