Monthly Archives: June 2013

Experiences Speaks in Water Literacy Foundation

Experiences Speaks in Water Literacy Foundation

I’m Angela, a 22 year old German, working for the Water Literacy Foundation (WLF), founded in 2005 by Ayyappa Masagi, located in Bangalore City, capital of Karnataka State.

The whole concept of the Water Literacy Foundation is to create awareness about water conservation practice and to show solutions like Rainwater Harvesting Systems, and to implement them, wherever it’s possible. Their overarching goal is to turn India in a water-efficient nation, by balancing the amount of water used and the amount of water, mainly rainwater which replenishes the ground. Read the rest of this entry

“India is different”

“India is different”

Everybody says that India is different, but only when you come to India you realize it is true. It starts with the traffic, the never-ending chaos of all the cars, people and cows. It goes on with the food, always more spicy or sweet, it offers you a variety that you won’t get in any other countries.

All the good and bad things you heard about Indian people passes by – One day they overwhelm you with their caring heart and the next they annoy you with the same never-ending questions. And finally it is all about your luck with the family and the project. I was one of the lucky ones, with a wonderful host family and a great project. Read the rest of this entry