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Discover who our corporate partners are and how they work with us to bring clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene to everyone around the world.

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International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie)

With the financial support from 3ie, in partnership with EAWAG, WaterAid has undertaken a study to evaluate the impact of behavior change intervention using the Risks, Attitudes, Norms, Abilities and Self-regulation (RANAS) approach to improve latrine use in Raichur district of Karnataka. This study uses a stratified cluster-randomised controlled trial to evaluate the developed behavior change interventions, where households are the units of observation.

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European Union

The European Union funded project focuses on strengthening the rule of law to advance rights and freedom of manual scavengers in India, with a focus on women from the communities. The project is implemented in 12 districts across Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, in partnership with Association for Rural and Urban Needy (ARUN) and Centre for Equity Studies (CES). The project aims to contribute towards enhanced social capital and capacities of the communities engaged in manual scavenging as well as civil society organisations/networks to advocate their rights and seek justice.

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Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation supports WaterAid, in partnership with Centre for Urban and Regional Excellence (CURE) and International Water Management Institute (IWMI), for a pilot project of a first of its kind small-scale, decentralised faecal sludge management model in New Delhi. Apart from the treatment unit, the project aims to develop convergent action from all stakeholders, including service providers in the sanitation value chain, from collection to safe disposal and reuse. On successful implementation of the model, a technically, economically, and socially effective and viable solution will be ready for scale-up in low-income settlements to handle household faecal waste.

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UNICEF

UNICEF and WaterAid India work together to enhance the knowledge, attitude and practice of adolescent girls and improve menstrual hygiene management. The project is under implementation in Jhabua and Alirajpur districts of Madhya Pradesh. Through the project, we focus on four critical components of menstrual hygiene management framework: Improved knowledge and information, access to safe menstrual absorbents, water sanitation and hygiene infrastructure, and access to safe disposal of menstrual absorbents. WaterAid India is also working with UNICEF in Maharashtra and Tribal Development Department improve the water, sanitation and hygiene situation in over 500 Government-run Ashramshalas (residential schools for tribal children).

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Swedish Radio Appeal Board (SRAB)

Swedish Radio Appeal Board (SRAB) and WaterAid India work with school children, their teachers and communities to develop child-centred disaster preparedness and resilience plans. This would be critical in decreasing the vulnerability of children, and will at the same time ensure the children’s right to influence their present situation and thus develop the communities in which they live.

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