IMPACT STORIES

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Banka Bio Builds 20,000 Bio-Toilets Across Rural India, Improves Health and Hygiene Standards

These bio-toilets can be set up anywhere and everywhere - construction sites, public places, schools, households, urban slums, trains, and wherever sewer lines are not available.

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From the Margins to the Mainstream: Journey of Deepa Pawar. Winner of PIIA 2022

To conduct the NT-DNT Toilets Auditing, women from within the community were engaged. This initiative benefitted over 1 lakh people and created awareness among 5 lakh people.

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This Simple Innovation Saves Million Liters of Water and Keeps Public Toilets Odorless

Mumbai-based water environmentalist Neha Bagoria (44) has developed a straightforward invention called EcoTrapIn to make sure water is conserved and urinals are kept clean. To date, 800 devices have been deployed across India, and they have helped to

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Menstrual Hygiene Interventions in Rural Areas by Project Baala Benefits Over 3 Lakh Women

The enterprise seeks to get rid of the relationship of donor-beneficiary, an otherwise existing equation in the social sector, and transform that into an organization-user experience, thereby eliminating dependency and empowering women

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Jal Sanjivani – Ek Prayas

This intervention has resulted in water accumulation in a 2 km stretch of the canal. Thus, about 93,80,000 litre water has been impounded so far. As a result, several open wells in the nearby region have been filled with water.

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An Engineer from Maharashtra Helps Villages Become Drought-Free and Save Water

More than 1,500 such BoreCharger interventions have been done on the bore wells across eight states of India and in West Africa, helping to recharge 165 crore liters of water.

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Breaking Silence on Menstrual Hygiene Management

Young girls who underwent training expressed the need to shed the burden of illogical traditions and pre-conceived notions related to menstruation.

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Sinnar Sanitation Model - Contributing towards India’s journey to meet SDG sanitation goals

CEPT University, through its Center for Water and Sanitation (CWAS) at CRDF has been working on addressing sanitation issues for over a decade.

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A Koshish for Better Tomorrow, A Koshish for Sustainable Growth

Koshish India has also introduced natural cleaners as a part of the Green Home initiative. These cleaning solutions can be deployed for cleaning glass, floors, or even cars.

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GynoCup menstrual cup: creating menstrual equity as a societal norm

Gynocup is one of India's most well-known brands. Gynocup menstruation cups are composed of 100% Medical-Grade Silicon, which is chemical-free, environmentally safe, and FDA approved.

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Telangana Girl Helps 200 Underprivileged Families by Building Low-Cost Homes From Sewage Pipes

Manasa Reddy (24) a resident of Bommakal village in Telangana has innovated a pod-style house in India. It is not only low-cost but only takes 15 days to build.

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Perseverance of Gailari women finally accessed drinking water

Gailari a tiny hamlet of a comparatively big Gram Panchayat Tuliyara resolved theirdrinking water scarcity with the help of HETONA program under the Swajal pariyojna .

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Mewat RO Water Project- The Flagship program of Human Welfare Foundation

In high scarcity of water region, Mewat, Haryana, villagers can now access safe drinking water at a reasonable cost of Rs 150 per month which was nearly Rs 600 per month earlier through RO water projects of Human Welfare Foundation.

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Bharti Foundation’s Satya Bharti Abhiyan - a step to eradicate open defecation

Satya Bharti Abhiyan initiative of Bharti Foundation aimed at improving sanitation conditions in large geographic areas by fostering access to toilets to all these households and creating an awareness through Information, Education and Communication.

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Dahini– A Boon to Dirty Waste Disposal during COVID 19

Project Dahini encourages a practise as simple as taking care of your own waste that is out to create a great impact on basic sanitation and health, by providing solutions to the problems of sanitary waste including used diapers and condoms.

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Asani Napkins- For Women, By Women: Project initiated by Gram Vikas Trust

The Gram Vikas Trust (GVT) through Asani Project, a Sanitary Napkin program - for women and by women voluntarily working for underprivileged communities for education, health and empowerment of women, especially with girls and women

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How drinking water and sanitation has become a change maker for Mukhba residents.

PMU, DPMU, NGO-HETONA and Mukhba GP-UWSSC through their efforts has been able to raise the level of awareness amongst villagers, particularly of women on personal hygiene, domestic and environmental sanitation in Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand

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Toyam Technologies India- Providing safe and clean drinking water systems

ToyaM Technologies India introduces a multi-stage Hi-Tech filtration device- ToyaM Water Station, to provide safe and clean water at a reasonable cost, right at the workplaces, Residential blocks, school, malls, hotels, and institutions.

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Breaking the Traditional Barriers

IndusInd Bank has adopted 35 villages in 5 districts of UP and Rajasthan by setting up community-level purification plants with Water ATM to spread awareness about health and water linkages.

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First Step towards Access of Safe Water

A baseline survey conducted by the Impact Assessment team of Sarvajal showed 94% of the surveyed households were highly dissatisfied with the quality of drinking water. IndusInd Bank setting up community-level purification plants with Water ATM.

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Improving household level Sanitation in Jaipur

Mahila Housing Sewa Trust (MHT) helped mobilizing residents and assisting them with Swachh Bharat Mission. 323 households now have access to safe sanitation in slums of Sarai Bawdi, Kajiwada, Chawand ka Mand and Anand colony.