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Our plan : In 2016-18, we plan to share issue programmes of governments, corporates, NGOs, FAs... in any country with focus on Thane, other districts of India.
Our vision : Universal development Our mission : Be sustainable, promote others Our focus : Share challenges & solutions email your programmes on issues
Sanitation

Sanitation Facts
1.8 billion people around the world don't have access to safe water and 2.4 billion lack access to adequate sanitation. Women and children spend more than 4 hours walking for water each day, and more than 840,000 people die each year from water-related diseases.

We're here to change that. We want to see communities break free from the cycle of poverty and spend time growing, learning, and thriving, instead of walking for water and fighting off illness.

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WASH
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) are some of the most basic needs for human health and survival. WASH can also be crucial components in freeing people from poverty. Still, 1 out of 10 people do not have access to an improved source of drinking water and more than a third of the world's population does not have access to a hygienic means of basic sanitation.*

EMI has long understood the importance of WASH in the context of the services we provide. In fact, WASH solutions are typically included in a majority of EMI's development design projects and are often vital in EMI's disaster response efforts. We have observed that Christian relief and development organizations are increasingly engaging in holistic community WASH services in developing countries. This is a global effort to preserve and sustain human life while at the same time sharing living water through hope in Jesus Christ. However, many of these organizations lack sufficient access to an appropriate level of technical assistance when they encounter complex design issues or overwhelming emergency situations. These organizations need a ministry partnership that can provide cost-effective, on-demand technical WASH expertise within the context of the developing world.

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Community Eco-Sanitation Toilets India
“Community Eco-Sanitation Toilets India” which have been developed and published in 2008 by the Wherever the Need (WTN) with support from the Industry’s Humanitarian Support Alliance (IHSAN), the case study seek to encourage self sustaining, ecological projects generated through the self empowerment of the people themselves.

The document strategy for committing the charity, where feasible, to providing, managing and conserving water, constructing eco-sanitation toilets and encouraging tree planting programmes as part of a wider environmentally friendly programme. This strategy has already seen its methodology for ecosanitation toilets used in a document produced by the Tamil Nadu State Government in India and brought Ministerial acknowledgement in Sierra Leone.

Here we can conclude that the project not only improved local conditions but also the changed the perceptions of the communities by creating projects that provide more than simply physical benefits.

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