- Access to safer drinking water: The main aim of our work is to promote access to safer drinking water in communities which do not have alternative viable mechanisms. We have helped over 100,000 people in a variety of settings access safer drinking water through risk managed rain water harvesting systems.
- Increased use of sanitary latrines: Through social engagement households not only have but use a latrine thereby reducing open defecation and its concomitant risks.
- Social benefits: Through direct engagement of people, the “what’s in it for me ?” factor has motivated even the poorest in very difficult circumstances to not only participate but take pride in themselves and their achievements. Improved living conditions, cleaner environments, improved self esteem, reduced labour burden and increased safety, especially for women and children are some of the observed and reported benefits.