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is a Public Charitable Trust registered on the 6th of June 2011 under the Registration Act, established to protect and empower the marginalized section of society, working particularly in rural and urban India. As part of its social responsibility, is also committed to sensitizing communities and promoting non violence as a tool for conflict resolution. Towards this cause, will organize seminars, conclaves along with fund raising events like music concerts, film premieres and media events to further its aims and objectives..

is committed to charity that is real, charity, that uses our ability to leverage our position of influence and power, to change lives for the better. will actively champion the rights of the disadvantaged and take up issues of public interest and provide legal redressal.

It is not easy, more often than not, it is time consuming, but at the end of it all, it is immensely rewarding.

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  I wholeheartedly commend the work that has been initiated by SANA and hope that this project will take wings and be replicated across all villages in India, thereby making access to water and sanitation a reality for the people of this country  
Justice K.G Balakrishnan
Chairperson National Human Rights Commission & Former Chief Justice, Supreme Court of India
The statistics are startling !
  • 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 Sujala Dhara& 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.
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