Water & Sanitation

Sanitation has played an important role in our daily lives. It has direct impact on our health and lifespan. Globally over 800 children aged five and under die every day from preventable diarrhea-related diseases caused by lack of access to water, sanitation, and hygiene. Contaminated water causes numerous waterborne infections like diarrhoea and serves as a carrier for vectors such as mosquitoes spreading epidemics. Open defecation means no sanitation. It fouls our environment and spreads various diseases.

Water is an essential and important resource for sustaining life. The deterioration in water quality endangers the health of human being as well as the ecosystem. Clean drinking water, hygiene, and sanitation play an important part in preservation, restoration of health.

We realize that access to drinking water is a fundamental human right and our aim is to ensure every household in our geography gets potable and enough amount of drinking water every day. We bring water from the source to storage reservoir and from there into each household through a strong administrating grid in every water project.

Our organization and field staff are equipped for conducting overall geophysical and technical surveys while to ensure water reaches their homes. For making this water and sanitation projects sustainable we point out water committees who are representatives of the village community and train them for operations and maintenance of their hamlet’s water project. Having a household toilet in every household is very important to the development of rural areas. Our goal is to ensure every individual from a rural family as well as urban has access to a toilet in their household and uses it every day. In cases where there is lack of space to construct the twin pit toilet in a household premise, not more than two households will share a single toilet. For its sustainability and behavior change of the beneficiaries. we organize various awareness program through street plays, swachhta rallies, clean drive, and other tools to engage with the local community and ensure an open defecation free village.