Sustainable  Clean Water & Climate Change Solution.

Clean Water Crisis

  • 76 Millon People in India don't have access to clean drinking water.
  • One child dies in 15 second due to poor water and sanitation related diseases.
  • 60 thousand children die every year from diarrhoea caused by contaminated water and poor sanitation in India.
  • In India over One Lakh People die of waterborne diseases annually. The country faces huge challenges in ensuring clean water supply.
  • Poor Water, Sanitation & Hygiene(WASH) Practice causes waterborne diseases that leads to malnutraition/stunting.

Open Defecation

  • 774 Millon people in India don't have household toilets in India.
  • 44 Percent of the total population in India still defecate in open

Waste Water

  • 1 litre of waste water pollutes 8 litres of fresh water.
  • Blackwater, Graywater, Stormwater, Industrial wastewater without proper treatment connected to rivers resulted fresh water contamination.

Climate Change

  • Climate Change is an acute threat to global development and efforts to end poverty. Without urgent action, climate impacts could push an additional 100 million people into poverty by 2030.

Disaster

  • Disaster puts development into risk.
  • Building Disaster resilience is critical in achiving the goal of extreme poverty.

Woman Carry Water Everyday

  • Across India millons of woman and girls are wasting precious time collecting dirty water, children are dying from preventable waterborne diseases.

Malnutrition

  • In India almost 62 million children (48%) across all income groups are stunted. Stunting or Chronic Malnutrition is accompanied by a host of problems—weak immune systems, risk of sickness and disease, arrested cognitive and physical development, and a greater risk of dying before age five.
  • Link between high rates of child malnutrition in India and country's poor sanitation, shedding light on a potential cause of a protracted problem. For India, the issue is not a lack of food, but rather a lack of clean water, sanitation & hygiene (WASH), for its population—one-half of India's population, at least 620 million people, defecates outside.
  • The interaction between diarrheal disease and malnutrition is well established. Diarrhea is often caused by a lack of clean water for proper hand-washing. A lack of toilets further exacerbates the problem as feces on the ground contribute to contaminated drinking water and water resources in general.

Solid Waste

  • Solid waste is a major source of environmental pollution in Indian cities and towns.
  • Poor management of solid waste lead to contamination of ground water and surface water through leachute and pollution air throgh unregulaed burning of solid waste.
  • lead to high incedence of chronic respiratory and communicable diseases found in India.
  • A Study by the world bank(2006) puts Indias annual generation of municipal solid waste to be some what lower in the range of 35 to 40 millon tonnes, amounting about 100000 to 120000 metric tonnes everyday.

Air Pollution

  • 1 in 10 deaths worldwide is attributable to air pollution exposer.
  • Air pollution has emerged as the fourth leading risk factor for death worldwide, pollution related deaths mainly strike young children and the elderly, the death also resulted in lost labour income for working man and woman. the loss of life is tragic and loss of economy is substantial.

Deforestation

  • Deforestation leads rise in temprature, air pollution, depletion of ground water, uncertainity of rain, climate and threat to food security.