Clean and Sanitized Villages

Our mission: clean water and sanitation

Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Sanitation is more important than political freedom.” The father of our nation was very much aware of the significance of adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene in our lives.

CNI SBSS ensures that communities gain access to safe drinking water and toilet facilities under the Government’s Jal Shakti Mission and Swachha Bharat Abhiyan. Regular local level campaigns are held to create awareness in the community on open defecation, sanitation, good menstrual hygiene for women and girls, water conservation, and preservation.

We want to make access to clean drinking water and sanitation a universal right, and we need your support to do so.

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Our impact on village sanitation

CNI SBSS is mainly working with Dalit and Tribal communities in 100 revenue villages for rural sanitation. Our team makes sure they get access to safely managed drinking water services within 500 meters of their households. We believe every household has the right to access to toilet facilities.

We facilitate the construction of water infrastructures like hand-pumps, tube-wells, water taps, and test water quality. From time to time, we conduct community meetings and campaigns for awareness on good personal hygiene, sanitation, water conservation and preservation, and good menstrual hygiene for women and girls.

All of our efforts are in alignment with the government plans like Clean (Sampoorna Swachh) India. We work with communities to make villages Open Defecation Free (ODF).