We promote community ownership of water systems and provide information so that they realize their right to water, sanitation, and hygiene. From installing hand-pumps to constructing latrines, our initiatives aim to ensure the locally appropriate solutions to improve the water quality and hygiene standards of the disaster-affected and underdeveloped communities. Equally important is increasing awareness on good sanitation and hygiene practices and how this should be integrated in their daily lives. Capacity building on the technical, managerial, and operational aspects is provided to community members for smooth and well-maintained water supply mechanisms.
Support to PWDs prioritized in hazard-prone Shangla
I worked in the coal mines in Hangu district for twenty years. When I was a child my family was unable to pay for...
New solutions to water sustainability and sanitation in disaster hit Shangla
Bacha Rehman, father of six, runs a small grocery shop in Karora town, near his home village of Serei Kana in Shangla, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa...
“Clean Water is Everyone’s Business” An environmental campaign initiated in Swat, Pakistan
As a tourist destination, Swat has been both economically supported and environmentally damaged by tourism. Urban areas and industries along the river Swat have...