An estimated 76 million people in India have no access to a safe water supply. Although we shall meet the target of an Open Defecation Free (ODF) India much before the deadline, there are still many challenges with regard to sanitation. As its health implications have detrimental impacts on people and the community.

Access to clean water,sanitation and hygiene give every individual and family a chance to flourish. In the case of women, menstrual hygiene management is a serious concern in context of usage and its disposal. SES believes everyone has a right to safe drinking water and a hygienic living environment. ...We aim to provide an integrated package of interventions best suited to the local context. We do that by empowering people, building capacity and advocating for WASH related issues with active participation of the community. We emphasize on informed decision-making, a supportive and enabling environment, and sustainable quality services. We also support communities to structurally improve their WASH status with innovative and sustainable programmes, so they can live in an environment free from waste, adopt hand washing practices, focus on literacy and grow up with good health and food security.