In line with the vision 2030 for sustainable Development Goals, it is pertinent that our plans tie with inclusivity for all. Therefore, our aim in ensuring availability of clean water and sustainable management of sanitation is inevitable. According to World Health Organization reports at least 900million people globally do not have access to clean, safe drinking water.
A huge percentage of this people lives below the poverty line and hence affects a significant population of the world. Unsafe drinking water, poor sanitation and inadequate hygiene practices, and inefficient disposal of human and animal waste have a serious ripple health effect such as causing Neglected Tropical Diseases.
By providing safe and affordable water and sanitation facilities to a large extent benefit the communities and hence improving nutrition, preventing deaths and diseases, reducing poverty and promoting socioeconomic development, saving labor and increasing dignity, self-reliance and independence. We strive to ensure sustainable development is attainable by equal distribution of clean water and sanitation facilities and hence fulfilling the right to adequate standard of living for all.