Today is Day 50. This day is our last in the boats, so we celebrated with our support crew last night. Marcia and Krushnaa danced while Liv used her torch to light up the stage. There was music and all joined in, mixing cultures. It was like an amphitheater. We performed a skit, passed out […]
Day 42: On this day we were in Sultanganj. Here is a photo of us outside a mosque. As with most mosques, they do not let women inside, so we had to snap a photo outside!
Also, check out this amazing artwork. This is from our time in Varanasi with school children. Powerful words and artwork showing the importance of clean water.
A collection of photos from the past few days!
As you know from following our journey, we are in the middle of our expedition on the Ganges. We have already seen a lot and have a ways to go to do what we have set out to do. But we still need your help funding this trip. We need to be here. Leading this […]
We continue our journey in Bihar, experiencing some foggy and misty weather. We are seeing a lot of river dolphins, which are very common in the river Ganga. These dolphins are extremely unique, as they are the only aquatic mammals that have developed strong enough sonar senses that they can find and capture food by […]
Education Challenge: Varanasi This week’s education challenge will focus on topics in the city of Varanasi. Click here for a full PDF of all the challenges and stay tuned every Monday for each week’s education challenge! Subject: Access to clean water, cleansing the water, decomposition processes Challenge: What are the threats to the drinking water in Varansi? […]
Kanpur River Show The team is very excited for the TERI-BAE River Show in Kanpur, the second of our Access Water Expedition! The Ganges holds a high level of economic and cultural value to Kanpur’s residents. It reminds us of water’s importance and our mission to make clean water universal. To learn more about how […]
This week’s education challenge will focus on topics in the city of Kanpur. Challenge: Where is your T-shirt made? How is it made? What is it made of? Where does it go when you don’t want to use it anymore? Are there other alternatives? How can you influence (production, consumption, etc) Teaching resources: […]