Water and sanitation

Our projects ultimately aim at sustainable access to drinking water of quality and in sufficient quantity, access to dignity through the construction of community toilets, access to hygiene through the implementation of garbage collection solutions.

In India, for the Water component, we are rehabilitating, depending on the situation of each village, the water access networks (distribution networks), we are building collective filtration systems and we are installing water filters in the village schools.

The Sanitation component provides each inhabitant with access to clean and maintained toilets, these are buildings with 8 to 10 toilets, equipped with sewage systems and biogas systems.

In terms of waste, we train two garbage collectors per village and they carry out in the entire village a daily collection of garbage, which are sorted beforehand by each family.

The waste is then collected in dump wells and each village processes it.

CONTINUED

Water and sanitation

VILLAGES EQUIPPED WITH DRINKING WATER NETWORKS

50

75 % reduced waterborne diseases

2018

VILLAGES EQUIPPED WITH SANITARY FACILITIES

40

100 management committees

2018

VILLAGES IN PROGRESS

6

12,500 new beneficiaries

2018