Clean water is vital to protect health and limit diseases that can lead to illness and death. Around 140,000 children under the age of five die every year in India due to preventable illnesses caused by contaminated water.
With the help of a professional diviner, we identify plentiful underground sources where we dig and equip wells that provide remote communities with access to safe, clean water.
Many people in these same, desperately poor, remote communities live in basic huts, often with bare mud floors. At risk of fire, prone to vermin and easily damaged by monsoon rains, these homes put the lives, health and wellbeing of children and adults at risk.
Our house-building scheme provides families in the greatest need with new, well-built homes.