To improve the socioeconomic well-being, quality of health of communities living in poverty by reducing the incidence of water and sanitation related diseases through sustainable WASH and Health interventions.
- Increasing sustainable access to safe and affordable drinking water
- Establishment of community-based operation and maintenance WASH structures
- Ensuring access to improved sanitation and hygienic practices for all people through government endorsed practices
- Improving access and quality of primary health care services at community level
- Water supply through installation of hand pump, solar water pump, gravity flow scheme
- Formation of water user committee
- Training on operation and maintenance
- Awareness on WASH issues, hygiene promotion
- Provision of improved sanitation and hygiene
- Clean drinking water provided to 500,000 underprivileged people through more than 2500 hand pumps, gravity flow schemes and tube well.
- 2734 households latrines provided
- Around 700,000 people reached with key hygiene messages and hand washing
- 250 patients treated with Eye surgery (cataract)