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Together

We’ll educate and enable people to fight and prevent the spread of COVID-19 through Water Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) related infrastructure and behavior change campaigns that reach the last mile

Your Support

Will enable our field teams to further reach out to people from the most vulnerable communities, install handwashing facilities and advocate hygiene awareness campaigns extensively

Our Reach

We are on a mission to not only reach out to unprotected communities in densely populated states of India, but also control COVID-19 from spreading in the neighboring states



About #NoDropWasted

Join the Fight Against COVID-19


The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of access to clean water in keeping diseases at bay. Water scarcity has always been a problem in India and now with the onset of summers, this problem is going to be greatly amplified making the already difficult issue of the pandemic even harder to tackle.

Support our emergency response and help people who urgently need access to clean water and good hygiene.



We aim to provide clean Water, Sanitation and Hygiene services to all during and after the COVID19 pandemic
Here are some numbers we have achieved so far

1,66,393

People with access to safe water

62,841

People with access to toilets

3,42,380

People with hygiene education

Our Leaders Speak

Raman VR, Head of Policy, WaterAid India

Vikas Kataria, Director, Resource Mobilization, WaterAid India

Arundati Muralidharan, Policy Manager, WaterAid India

Vikas Kataria, Director, Resource Mobilization, WaterAid India

Stories of Change

Farmers turn to daily wage earning for sustenance

18 September, 2020

Farmers turn to daily wage earning for sustenance

Loknath Naik doesn’t mince his words when he says that for farmers like him, working as a daily wage labourer has become the “main means of livelihood”

Deteriorating water quality = health problems = heavier expenditures

09 July, 2020

Deteriorating water quality = health problems = heavier expenditures

Sixty-year-old Pushpalata Naik of Sitalpur village remembers the time when they would drink water from the river close by or the pond without much of a fuss.

When the roof flies off the head – every year

06 July, 2020

When the roof flies off the head – every year

Urvashi Jena’s house is re-built every year. Every year, when floods ravage their settlement – Billasahi – in the coastal district of Bhadrak in Odisha

A small amount from you can save a life!

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Protect Yourself and Loved Ones from Coronavirus

Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with soap and water
Maintain a physical distance of six feet from others
Use toilets and keep them clean
Seek health care when unwell