This helps girls stay in school, protects women who otherwise have to travel long distances to secluded areas to meet their needs, and improves community well-being by reducing diseases.
We provide direct funding for building sanitation units, and raise CSR funds for self-construction projects.
We work with communities to understand reservations and educate them to make use of sanitation units instead of defecating in the open.
We are exploring methods such as access cards to track usage and gain further insights on improving solutions.
We formed the Sensitise to Sanitise (S2S) coalition in 2015 to address the sanitation problem in a more holistic manner. We bring institutions with complementing skills and capabilities together from around the country to address the ecosystem of sanitation and work together on making India open-defecation free. Our efforts have helped over 26 million people so far.
The United Nations have identified WASH — (universal, affordable and sustainable access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) as one of the key Sustainable Development Goals.
As part of the Swacch Bharat Abhiyan, the government of India declared its goal to make India an open defecation free country by October 2019.
We conduct detailed assessments of communities that need sanitation facilities to determine the best solution.
We either implementing the program ourselves, or through a network of established partners.
When not implementing projects directly, we use our construction expertise to provide technical assistance.