Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

SRADHA has been working to ensure access to water and sanitation for all. Each year, millions of people die – and many more are sickened – from diseases associated with poor water, sanitation and hygiene. SRADHA's interventions include.• Drinking water and sanitation
• Water governance;
• Sustainable development of water resources
• Climate
• Water security
• Food and ecosystems
• Water and energy


The activities include:

  • Lobby and advocacy for access of community to sustained water and sanitation facilities
  • Linkage with and ownership of government WASH schemes
  • Rainwater Harvesting and Management
  • Drinking Water Treatment
  • BCC interventions for Use of Toilets and improved WASH practices

Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM)

SRADHA has been working for Promotion of Menstrual Hygiene among adolescent girls in the age group of 10-19 years in rural and urban slum areas. This programme aims at ensuring that girls have adequate knowledge and information about menstrual hygiene and have access to high quality sanitary napkins along with safe disposal mechanisms. Key activities under the scheme include:

  • Community based Health education and outreach in the target population to promote menstrual health;
  • Ensuring regular availability of sanitary napkins to the adolescents;
  • Sourcing and procurement of sanitary napkins
  • Storage and distribution of sanitary napkins to the adolescent girls;
  • Training of ASHA and nodal teachers in Menstrual Health and Safe disposal of sanitary napkins.

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