Sanitary measures in urban settings : Most urban areas have established well designed sanitation services including adequate plumbing, solid waste and waste water treatment plants, recycling programs, reducing land-fill needs, prevention of soil contamination, disposal of toxic substances, etc. to prevent spread of communicable diseases.
Rural Sanitation : Most rural parts of the world would benefit from proven sanitary measures such as solid waste and waste water treatment and sewage handling facilities. But the cost of such amenities may be out of the reach of most small communities. Most rural dwellings are also spread out and not easy to cover within a small area.
Bio-mass / Bio-Gas plants : Rural citizens may find using bio-mass as fuel and energy source as well as bio-gas production from animal waste, etc. as potential ways to benefit their villages. Using Tele-Education facilities, they can learn about sanitary measures they will find suitable for adoption.
Strength in numbers : When several adjacent villages join together, establishing sewage treatment facilities, water treatment and conservation measures, solid waste disposal, etc. will be within their reach. Using Tele-Education, it would be possible to learn cost-effective sanitation measures for implementation. Individuals, families, villages and entire cluster will enjoy affordable sanitation enhancing health and eliminating several preventable illnesses.
Role of the Foundation : The Foundation shall enroll volunteers who are well qualified professionals in the field of sanitation and educate those who are eager to learn such measures for their use in their areas. The Volunteers shall be accessible to the citizens, via cloud computing and in the nodal centers and online as well.
Volunteer Registration : If you are a medical professional and would like to volunteer, please send us your registration using this online link. One of the Review Committee members shall contact you soon.