Managing the most precious element of earth - WATER. Water is a fundamental human right. It changes the way we live and it restores dignity to the community...'s maiden initiative is at the RPVV School in Surajmal Vihar, East Delhi. It was inaugurated on the 1st of September 2012 by the Hon'ble Chief Minister of Delhi Smt Sheila Dikshit in the presence of the Hon'ble Minister of Education Dr Kiran Walia, Hon'ble MOS Defence Shri Pallam Raju, Hon'ble M.P East Delhi Shri Sandeep Dikshit, Rajya Sabha M.P & Former Union Minister Panchayati Raj Shri Mani Shankar Aiyar & Hon'ble MLA Vishwas Nagar Shri Naseeb Singh and other Delhi Govt officials. In partnership with the Delhi Government, using solar powered panels and micro-ionising water purification process, is producing over 1.8 million litres of drinking water yearly, of WHO standards. Over 1000 school children from economically backward homes are allocated 5 litres of water daily for their families, living in slums nearby. Green & Blue and Sunlabob were our technical collaborators for this project.

We hope this small step is a hook for the children to remain in school & this initiative will go a long way to alleviate the disease burden in the community.

A new adaptation was inaugurated on 14th November 2013 in N.Chamavaram village of Tuni Mandal, East Godavari in Andhra Pradesh by HRD Minister Shri MM Pallam Raju.

In this case identified a village, which has no access to clean drinking water and where the power supply was irregular. involved the local Panchayat- with the co-operation of the DM. The Panchayat is a partner in the PPP model and representatives of the Panchayat have been trained by and its technology partner Sunsource, for the upkeep of the water station and the solar panels & water distribution. The funding for this social initiative has come from the MPLAD Scheme of the local MP and HRD Minister Shri MM Pallam Raju.

The water station converts 1.8 million litres of contaminated water into WHO standard potable drinking water for the local villagers.

  • 600 million Indians defecate in the open everyday
  • 1,000 children below the age of five die every day in India from diarrhea, hepatitis-causing pathogens and other sanitation-related diseases.
  • Absence of sanitation results in the stunting of over 60 million children every year.
  • Waterborne diseases cost the Indian economy 73 million working days per year.
  • Over 30% of Indian villages have no access to clean drinking water.
Nothing ravages human dignity more than having to defecate in the open & drink contaminated water. designed an Integrated Solar Powered Water Purifying Station cum Community Bio Toilets to help restore human dignity. This model was one of the winners of the Google Global Impact Challenge in October 2013.

Using the grant money of Rs.30 million has rolled out the first phase of its innovative and unique social intervention- "'s Surya SujalaDhara&Haritha Bio-Toilets" which is part of our "Toilets & Taps-Transforming Lives Though Technology"

The first two of our social interventions were inaugurated on the 18th of December 2014 in thevillages of Boduvalsa and Devarapalli by Justice KG Balakrishnan, Chairman National Human Rights Commission & Former Chief Justice, Supreme Court of India. The third site, at the NTR Hospital in Ankapalli, was inaugurated by Dr N Yuvaraj, Collector of the Visakhapatnam District.The fourth site at Shankavaram Village, East Godavari has already been installed & is fully functional. With the completion of these sites SANA will now be producing 7.2 million liters of WHO standard drinking water annually & the 80 bio toilets to be used primarily by women and children. These bio toilets use the DRDO technology and do not need either a septic tank or a secondary
"trains the trainers" through regular workshops on the importance of hygiene & sanitation. co-opts Self Help Groups & Aashaworkers from within the village to help spread awareness. Local technicians are also trained on the maintenance and upkeep of both the water stations and bio-toilets. Apart from motivational workshops & capacity building programs conducts regular social audits using the trainers and volunteers from near by schools and colleges.

is now working with the District Administration of Visakhapatnam and has identified 12 more villages in the region to set up this integrated model of " Surya Sujala Dhara & Haritha Bio-Toilets"
Sujala Dhara-Toilet To Tap Transforming Lives Through Technology In Association With Delhi Jal Board

July 9th 2015 was a watershed moment for Delhi. On this day Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi inaugurated & DJB's Sujala Dhara- Toilet To Tap initiative where for the first time sewage waste was converted into safe & pure drinking water in the presence of Kapil Mishra, Water Minister & Chairman DJB, Bandana Kumari, Deputy Speaker, Delhi Assembly, Adarsh Shastri, MLA & Parliamentary Sectary, IT, Delhi Govt, Jarnail Singh, MLA from Tilak Nagar, KK Sharma, Chief Secretary, Delhi Govt & SS Yadav, CEO DJB. . The inauguration held at the Keshopur Sewage Treatment plant.

Commending for the Toilet to Tap innovative approach to solving Delhi's water woes, the Chief Minister recognized the importance of recycled water & pledged his support to the cause.In a bid to allay fears and break mind sets against the use of recycled water for drinking and to show support the Chief Minister & Water Minister drank Sujala Dhara, along with other dignitaries present.

With this inauguration Delhi entered the list of a handful of cities from the world over, who use recycled water for drinking purposes. is committed to the cause of recycled water for drinking and will be in the forefront to lead the campaign in support of Sujala Dhara.

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