1 in 9 people in world have no access to clean drinking water. Nearly 1 out of 5 children under age 5 in world dies due to water borne diseases. In Indian villages, clean drinking water is a big problem. They depend on lakes, ponds,wells and bore wells. During summer season, they dry up and people face lot of hardships for drinking water. The villagers face health problems due to unclean drinking water.
Vikasa Tarangini is striving hard to help them out in this regard by providing clean drinking water to villagers.
11 Mineral plants are set up in villages which are catering to the needs of 40+ villages providing them with clean drinking water.
Chalivendrams – Drinking water stalls are setup in summer using earthen pots in busy area supplying clean cool drinking water to help commuters to stay away from dehydration
Even in the foreign land in Tanzania, Africa, 3 water retention systems were installed.
In Dhavanagiri, a remote place, a chalivendram, drinking stall was inaugurated few years ago in summer near bus stand. Fresh, cool buttermilk was served free to everyone as a service. It was the first ever and unique stall which captured the attention of everyone. Press reporters came and published news about it. Everyday a VIP came and inaugurated the stall for that day. Butter churned from that buttermilk was given as a momento to the sponsors. Even today, that stall is run by Vikasa Tarangini as a service.