While India's economy continues to rapidly grow, hundreds of millions of people across the country still live with poverty, malnutrition, unhygienic living conditions... and without access to clean drinking water.
About a third of the world's poor live in India alone, battling blatant gender and class inequalities to climb out of poverty. Safe drinking water and improved sanitation can give these people and their children a chance for healthier, happier lives.
How we're working with our partners to tackle the issue of sustainability, educate communities, and fund mechanics programs to repair broken water projects.Read More
Asharfi taught himself how to repair broken wells. He lives in one of India's poorest states, where he's known as the man who can fix any water problem.Read More