Videos About Mission Paani
The North East Can Self Sustain Their Sanitation, Just Like The Village Of Litem
Watch The Mission Paani Waterthon Today | 12:30 PM Onwards
Time Magazine's Kid Of The Year Gitanjali Rao
Global Teacher Prize 2020 Winner Ranjitsinh Disale
Naina Lal Kidwai, Chair, Indian Sanitation Coalition
Water Conservationist Abid Surti
Articles About Mission Paani
Mission Paani | The Real Cost Of Sanitation and Hygiene In India
A recent study of Joint Monitoring Programs (JMP) conducted by WHO and UNICEF states that 15% of Indians do not have access to toilet facilities.
Award-Winning Water Conservation Projects That Can Lead the Way
Human life depends on clean water and hygiene. India is a country largely dominated by monsoon rainfall that gets collected as ground and surface water.
The World Water Week Focused on Building Resilience Faster, Here’s How India Is Bringing Change
The World Water Week took place in Stockholm, Sweden where speakers from all across the world came together to address some of the biggest challenges impacting the globe, including water scarcity, climate crisis and biodiversity loss.
LEARNINGS FROM THE PAST: INDIA’S INDIGENOUS WATER CONSERVATION METHODS
Today India is a water stressed nation, standing on the brink of an acute water crisis. Water, the very element that supports life seems to be drying out of this country. Hence, it’s more important than ever before to revisit our past traditions to take inspiration from water conservation methods that evolved centuries ago and have sustained till date.
The Water Story – 2021 – Where do we stand?
cientists have been emphasizing on maintaining hygiene, social distance and washing hands as part of the solution against the deadly novel corona virus-19, the unseen enemy that has created havoc across the globe.
Mission Paani: Save Water, it Will Save You Later
The coronavirus pandemic has only accelerated what might be a war over water, as we dump hoards of medical waste destroying water bodies and increase our consumption to stay hygienic.
Mission Paani: Learning to Save More from Water Warriors and Conservationists on World Water Day
World Water Day on March 22nd will also mark an important milestone for Mission Paani, a landmark initiative by Network18 and Harpic India. It’s a chance for every Indian to join the movement for water and hygiene, and make a difference.
Mission Paani: One in 5 Children Globally Face Extreme Water Shortage, Reveal New UNICEF Study
The data shows that children in more than 80 countries live in areas with high or extremely high water vulnerability. Eastern and Southern Africa has the highest proportion of children living in such areas.
Mission Paani: How to Ensure Your Drinking Water is Clean and Safe From Water-borne Diseases
Contamination can also occur at the source or while transmitting water through pipes that are located close to sewage lines. This can lead to the mixing of sewage with drinking water.
World Water Day: Tracking India's Efforts in Providing Equal Water and Hygiene Access
Even before the sustainable development goal of equal access to water and sanitation is achieved, there is a pressing need to address India’s festering water crisis.
Taking the first step towards solving the water crisis, Harpic - News18 Mission Paani is an initiative towards saving water and sustaining it for the generations to come. The aim is to change attitudes and behaviour to improve water use efficiency. Let’s save more water, together.
Water Nectar of life
70% of India’s water supply is contaminated.
75% of households in India do not have drinking water on their premises.
84% rural homes in India do not have access to piped water.
If these figures are not alarming enough, an estimated 2 lakh people die every year in India due to inadequate access to safe water. The water scarcity is not just a crisis, it is a national calamity. These figures will just keep increasing. The time to act is now if we want a chance at a better future.
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For more than 100 years, Harpic has been helping provide households world over access to clean and hygienic sanitation with its superior toilet cleaning solutions. Harpic is a specialized product for all toilet cleaning needs as it removes 10 kinds of toilet stains to give a sparkling clean, hygienic and fresh toilet.
Today in India, lack of adequate access to water has become a key barrier for several homes in maintaining the cleanliness and hygiene of their toilets. More than 600 million Indians face acute water shortages and the situation is only getting worse with India’s estimated water demand to be twice the available supply by 2030. With Mission Paani initiative, Harpic is looking to create an ecosystem which will help India save millions of litres of water so that no home in India has to compromise on health and hygiene due to inadequate availability of water.
Join the mission today.
N Biren Singh
Chief Minister of Manipur
We are very happy that News18 is actively taking part in water conservation. Water is life and Manipur has also already started rain water harvesting at the ground level.
Cardiovascular and cardiothoracic surgeon
I support Network18’s Mission Paani one hundred per-cent. It’s a late realisation, we’ve known this for several years but we never actually paid any respect to water and we know the next wars are going to be over water so we better get our act together and I’m hundred percent with you guys.
There is an acute water crisis in India and it is very important that we as citizens do our bit to help to support the Prime Minister’s Jal Shakti Abhiyan and News18’s Mission Paani by becoming Jal Rakshaks and save water in every possible way.