Almost two and a half billion people – a third of the world’s population – live without adequate sanitation facilities. 663 million people still do not have access to an improved source of drinking water protected from outside contamination.
Despite the great need and potentially enormous benefits, the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector has historically faced major obstacles. Each of the following five obstacles are interlinked and, taken together, reflect the complexity of the problem.
Recognizing the need for best hygiene and sanitation practices we aim to aid to achieve more by working together, we aim to turn the current situation around by creating a moral cycle of vigorous preparation, institutional escalation, healthier supply consumption and superior outlay that has the latent to create a genuine divergence to the lives of communities.