Clean Water Initiative
The Clean Water Initiative (CWI) aims to reduce wastage of water, make clean and potable water affordable in areas it is inaccessible, and improve levels of sanitation and hygiene there. Nearly one-third of all countries currently face medium to high levels of water stress. Billions of people worldwide continue to suffer from a lack of safe drinking water and basic sanitation facilities. It is more critical than ever before to manage water resources efficiently and monitor their wastage to address the growing demand. Furthermore, as a result of climate change, uncertainties exist in the severity and frequency of floods and droughts. The threat of water security is real, and multi-sectorial involvement in water resource management is the need of the hour!
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Dr. Abhishek Jain
Vice President – International Operations, Arch Amenities Group
Dr. Jain is a holistic doctor with an MBA in Health and credentials from Cornell University and the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad. He brings rich and extensive experience of two decades in the luxury hospitality, spa and wellness industries across award-winning properties in India, the Middle East, South East Asia…Read More
Padma Venkat, PhD
Dean, School of Public Health, SRM Institute of Science & Technology
Prof. Padma Venkat is a Cambridge-Nehru PhD Scholar from the University of Cambridge, UK. She obtained her Master in Management (International Masters for Health Leadership) degree with a merit scholarship from McGill University, Canada. She has pioneered scientific and translational research for affordable healthcare by exploring…Read More
Ensure access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation for all.
This Initiative relates directly to #6 of the UN’s 17 SDGs, and we strive to work primarily for poor and marginalized communities to save vulnerable lives by creating affordable, adequate, equitable and sustainable management to provide clean and safe drinking water as well as sanitation and hygiene.
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ACCESS TO CLEAN DRINKING WATER FOR ALL IN INDIA – A MATTER OF SUSTAINABILITY OF TECHNOLOGICAL AND OTHER INTERVENTIONS
Close to 0.3 million children under the age of five (U5) die every year in India due to infectious diarrhea caused by drinking water contaminated with fecal pathogens and living in poor sanitation and hygiene (WASH) conditions. Technological and other interventions by the public and private sectors to tackle the WASH challenge have achieved commendable success over the last decade.
CELEBRATE WORLD WATER DAY
World Water Day is being celebrated on March 22. Simply share your views on what does water mean to you? Your family? People around you? Join the conversation and use the wide variety of assets available to start conversations and raise awareness of crucial issues related to water. Happy UN World Water Day! #CleanWaterInitiative #WorldWaterDay #Water2me
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