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Your ₹ 8,000 helps arrange water quality testing kit to test for contaminants from around 40 households in a neighbourhood and ensure people have access to safe drinking water.
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Your ₹ 15,000 will enable households in urban slums adopt eco-friendly toilet technologies.
- Give Hygiene
Your ₹ 5,000 helps organise learning sessions in a school for children to absorb and practice good hygiene habits.
- Give Hygiene
Your ₹ 10,000 helps us arrange for a hygiene educator and learning material that aids adolescent girls of a village understand menstrual hygiene and adopt good practices that instill confidence and
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Last year WaterAid India reached
7,03,925 people with water
11,23,180 people with sanitation
11,23,180 people with
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For every rupee you donate we use 85% for improving access to water, sanitation and hygiene and 15% goes towards programme support including administration.
Highlights from our work
Technical Briefs on Menstrual Hygiene Management
WaterAid India in collaboration with Zariya, PATH, WSSCC and Development Solutions have developed three technical briefs on normalising menstruation; menstrual hygiene products; and management of menstrual waste. The focus of the briefs is to bring to the forefront important but less discussed issueRead More
Wild Water – The State of the World’s Water 2017 (Hindi)
In this briefing, we look at how the struggle of vulnerable rural communities to access clean water is compounded by wild water events. We explore how improving access to water, sanitation and hygiene services makes them better able to withstand catastrophe, and why working towards the Sustainable DRead More
The daily struggle for water in Bundelkhand
India is home to 63.4 million rural people without access to clean water, the highest in the world. Rural populations in poor and geographically isolated areas face particular challenges in terms of accessing clean water. And extreme weather events and climate change make such challenges more acute.Read More
Influencing PHED in Madhya Pradesh for making a defunct piped water scheme functional
The Public Health Engineering Department (PHED) has allocated Rs 1.22 crore for restoring a defunct piped water scheme in 74 gram panchayats of Sehore and Datia district in Madhya Pradesh. The allocation is a result of advocacy efforts by WaterAid India and our partners in the region for the pastRead More
Women WASH warriors
Stories of women from across India where WaterAid India is working who helped their communities to get access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene.Read More
Standing up for the Ganga – Adventure for a purpose
For most of my life, I harbored a deep suspicion of non-profits or ‘chanda collectors’- especially the kinds who used to knock on our door with a book of receipts and claimed to be collecting ‘chanda' (contribution) for one cause or the other. My suspicion stemmed from not knowing what exacRead More
Inception workshop for Delhi decentralised faecal sludge management project
The inception workshop for decentralised Faecal Sludge Management (FSM) project in the Savda Ghevra locality of Delhi was held on February 10 at Delhi. The day long workshop set out to achieve the following key objectives: To setup a multi stakeholder dialogue platform and bring together key ofRead More
WaterAid India’s Disability Handbook and Menstrual Hygiene Training manual adopted by Uttar Pradesh government
WaterAid India’s Disability handbook has now been adopted by the Uttar Pradesh government. The handbook will now be disseminated in 75 districts of the state and the guidelines can be used by government functionaries, water and sanitation engineers, representatives of Panchayati Raj Institutions,Read More
How my piece on Youth Ki Awaaz got my workplace to make washrooms more accessible
Writing about your most intimate experiences is not an easy thing, and takes some guts. But if it helps people change the way they think, I believe it is totally worth it. With this belief, on World Disability Day (December 3, 2016), I wrote on Youth Ki Awaaz about how tough it is for a girl like meRead More
Is your well-being in a health professional’s (clean) hands?
Health professionals are supposed to be aware of the importance of hand hygiene. What then prevents them from actually washing their hands? One major reason, shockingly, is that they just don't have the facilities to do so.Read More
Clean water brings bright futures
More than 350 teachers and students in Mahoba now have clean water and decent toilets at school. Teaching can be a challenging profession at the best of times, but imagine having to go all day without being able to get water to drink or go to the toilet. This was what teachers and students hadRead More
Empowering communities for a cleaner future
Banjara Hills is one of the prime real estate areas in Hyderabad and also one of the most expensive in India. Palatial bungalows of the rich, plush hotels and malls dot the landscape of the area. But tucked away within such a posh area are densely packed and impoverished slums which usually lack theRead More
Ram Rati’s story
Ram Rati used to be confined to the four walls of her home. Now, she's a fully trained handpump mechanic.Read More
Health in your Hands
Hygienic practices such as handwashing with soap can reduce the risk of diarrhoea by half. With diarrhoea being the second biggest killer of children under five years old worldwide, Global Handwashing Day on 15 October is a day dedicated to increasing awareness about the importance of handwashing wiWatch Now
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