Join Indian Ocean & Water Aid India on World Toilet Day on this 19th Nov 2015 at Nehru Park in New Delhi when they come together for a concert Sa Re Ga Ma POO. There will also be performance by stand up comedian Vikramjit Singh. Also at the event the winners of No Joke contest will be announced and they will be made to perform or recite their jokes on stage. For all those who want free passes for Indian Oceam concert you can get them from the link below :
Enjoy the show !!
What is WaterAid? What is its vision and mission?
WaterAid is an international charity established in 1981. Its vision is of a world where everyone,
everywhere has safe water, sanitation and hygiene. Presently, WaterAid works in 37
countries worldwide, transforming millions of lives every year with safe water, sanitation and
hygiene projects. Our mission is to transform the lives of the poorest and most marginalised
people by improving access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene.
WaterAid believes that water, sanitation and hygiene education are vital for the health, well-
being and dignity of poor people and provide the foundation for development and poverty
When did WaterAid start working in India? What are the goals of WAI?
WaterAid began working in India in 1986. WaterAid India has its focus on the poorer states in
the country to better target India’s most vulnerable communities.
What does WaterAid India do?
WaterAid India has a goal to “Make WASH poverty a History”, ambitious in a country which is
fraught with corruption, inefficiency, inequalities and social exclusion. To achieve this we chose
to engage in the areas with the greatest concentration of excluded and marginalised
communities and include them in local decision making and revive and strengthen the local
governance institutions. The local self-governments (Panchayati Raj Institutions – the lowest
governance institutions in India) are engaged, enabling them to learn, understand and assume
their role of leadership and governance, by participation in the process of collective planning
and enabling in universal access towards WASH. Simultaneously, we work with government
institutions at the district, state and national level to inform them of the ground realities and
support them in the process of delegation and decentralization, transferring necessary powers
and resources to enable the local governments to implement the local plans.
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