Sanitation and Water Distribution
Deteriorating water quality in rural and urban areas, drought-stricken regions where clean drinking water is scarce and lack of sanitation facilities that lead to preventable diseases has culminated in a series of initiatives that we hope will bolster these concerns. Our CSR projects in this sphere also cover the Swacch Bharat Abhiyan initiative of the Government to encourage and promote cleanliness in India.
We have worked in states including Gujarat, Maharashtra and Jammu & Kashmir to transform the nature of these basic facilities and improve the quality of life.
Swachh Iconic Place – Somnath Temple
The Government of India under its initiative Swachh Bharat (Clean India) Mission has proposed a multi stakeholder initiative focusing on cleaning up 20 places across the country that are “ICONIC” due to their history, heritage and religious and / or cultural significance with high visitors footfall.View Detail
Providing Drinking Water in Drought Affected Marathwada Region
The Marathwada region of Maharashtra witnessed a severe drought in 2016, brought about by both agricultural and hydrological reasons.View Detail
Achieving Open Defecation Free Goal in Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana
As of 2016, more than 51% of the rural population in India defecate in the open, and every year 2 lakh children die from diseases caused by fecal contamination.View Detail