Water is vital for life on earth, yet millions still do not have access to clean water. “Water is life” and we are determined to improve lives by increasing awareness, minimizing wastage, promoting rainwater harvesting and the purification of recycled and contaminated water.
Water is our religion and we intend to realize our dream to place India at the center of a global “Blue Revolution.”
Walk For Water is an organization that runs behind ‘numbers’; numbers as in ‘lives improved and bettered’ are definitely important to us. We strongly believe that the only solution to the water crisis is by spreading awareness and it is possible only by increasing these ‘numbers’. As an NGO, ‘happy lives and happier societies’ is our first focus.
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Globally, an estimated 8 billion people are drinking contaminated water. It is estimated that by 2020, India will become a water-stressed nation.
Walk For Water aims to bring the 1.2 billion hearts of India to beat for the same cause – “Water Now, Water Tomorrow, Safe Water for All!”
Spread through seminars and meetings with the participation of industry experts and environmental scientists at schools, colleges and other government and non-government institutions.
Smaat India will offer a free promotional Water Audit at as many villages as possible, especially at the locations where the awareness camps are to be conducted. A basic water test and analysis will be performed by the company, the results of which will be shared by the concerned public.
Based on the findings of the water audits and also based on the implementation of the recommendations and follow up of the water audits, awards will be given at village, district, state and national levels.
March 22nd – the World Water Day, will be remembered in India as Walk For Water Day! The Walk will be an event of social awareness, an occasion to bring all concerned people together, a place for celebration, a pledge to future and many other things rolled into one.
We have always said that 'Water is the local issue of global climate change, for people, and for biodiversity.
We believe in 'Think Global Act Local' and are open for collaborations for working with grassroots communities.Become an intern