Water, Water, Everywhere Water but No Drop to Cultivate the Fertile Lands”

History is witness that where the access to irrigation water is sufficient anywhere in any country in the world then the survival is easy & comfortable.

Our treasured Pakistan since its inception have been depending on its economy on agriculture that because we are called an agriculture country. However, agriculture is the backbone of our country’s economy. Agriculture I Pakistan plays a very pivotal & essential role among the lives of common people of all provinces of our state.

If we put our eyes on the previous growth of our agriculture, then we feel a sigh of relief, because life of common people was so good in early days soon after independence.

However, if we shed light on the current scenario of failed policies of our state’s inefficient leaders then we only find wilderness around our country-side.

Among those victim areas of water shortages, Kadhan Union Council, which is located at the coastal belt area of Badin District have been suffering an acute shortage of irrigation water. It’s also in tail end area. The people of this area basically depend on agriculture lands, their survival relates to irrigation water but for many years, they have been suffering from acute shortage of water due to tail-end but our inefficient & incapable rulers have not any solution of their problem, who came close to them and listen their voice.

While seeing the worst condition of these areas, Indus Consortium team of Badin intervened in these area of UC Kadhan, where the project team met with local people and formed the VDOs & LOs.

Since the start of September 2016, Indus Consortium team started to mobilize the local communities for taking self-initiative, so that they might be able to cope their grave issue of water shortage.

Therefore, after formation of Kadhan Alliance & establishment of Alliance Office, they started to work for the solution of water issue.

In this regard, on the plate form of Alliance that held rallies and raised the slogan of “Water, Water, Water but No Drop to cultivate our fertile lands.” They enforced government officials to take a prompt step for their help of bringing the timely water in their water canals, so that they might be able to cultivate their lands

Moreover, in this way, all Alliance members including many other villagers collected the amount of more than 2,00000 rupees on self-help basis for cleansing/disilting the water canal for the purpose of to cultivate their fertile lands.

Finally, their consistent effort brought positive results and consequences. Therefore, within few days they were provided irrigation water in their areas. Villagers of surrounding areas are very pleased.

Nevertheless, Indus Consortium team with their all zeal and zest is feel pleasure through standing by these deprived and marginalized communities of tail-end as well coastal belt communities. Consequently, many other communities from different areas of Badin came closer to the project staff for their help & support to intervene in their areas.

 

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