WASH Programme
  1. Sanitation and Hygiene are a huge concern in rural communities due to the absence of toilets and plumbing services, water scarcity issues and lack of income among the community members. Since its establishment, the Foundation has constructed more than 1,171 pour flush toilets, including 69 water reservoir tanks and 75 water taps. These initiatives have played a crucial role in enhancing the overall well-being and hygiene of communities. In rural communities to address this issue. Through this programme, feminine hygiene and reproductive health were also addressed resulting in increased attendance of girls in school and safety for pregnant women. Senior citizens and people living with disabilities had an easier time accessing the toilet facilities and the local health units reported decreased incidence of water-borne and skin diseases.

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