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WATER & SANITATION

The lack of safe and secure drinking water & toilets is a major hurdle in the country's growth. Waterborne diseases affect 37.7 million Indians annually. In India, diarrhoea alone causes more than 1,600 deaths daily. The World Bank estimates that 21% of communicable diseases in India are related to unsafe water. In Rural India 86% people do not have access to a toilet.

In addition to the problems surrounding drinking water, water scarcity for agricultural and other use causes chronic economic and social issues. Despite 3600mm of annual rainfall, the soil and terrain of rural Maharashtra, our current geography, makes water management a severe problem.

OUR GOAL

Building 40,000 personal toilets and ensuring each of our 260,000 households have 200 liters of potable water per day, round the year.

WE BELIEVE

Access to safe drinking water and toilet is a fundamental right.

WE CREATE

• Water harvesting, recharge & storage structures, water distribution systems.

• 100% Open-Defecation free communities with a toilet in every household and under-resourced schools. Empowered Village Development Committees to plan, execute and monitor all programmes for sustainable change.

WE EXECUTE

Sanitation:

• We have built 5397 toilets till date and plan to build a total of 25,000 + toilets in the next 3 years

Water Structures:

• We have built 800 water structures providing drinking water to 124,509 villagers and plan to build 2600 large structures in total impacting 1 million people