Rohini Nilekani, Chairperson, Arghyam
Women working on an NREGA site building a pond to assist in farming and water storage. Gopalpura, Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh (Image: UN Women/Gaganjit Singh, Flickr Commons)
A ‘people to people’ social solidarity enterprise in the times of Covid-19 (Image: Utthan)
Local police support in the distribution of relief kits (Image Source: Samerth Trust)
Millions of migrants rushed to return to their villages amid the lockdown (Image: Pixabay/balouriarajesh. Pixabay licence)
Oxfam India is concerned about the impact Covid-19 could have on the most vulnerable communities (Image: Oxfam India)
Empty faecal sludge drying bed (Image: Lars Schoebitz)
In the absence of piped water access, poor households will find it exceedingly difficult to practice regular handwashing (Image: UNICEF, Flickr Commons)
Water contamination, a growing concern (Image Source: IWP Flickr photos)
Safe drinking water, in difficult times (Image Source: PIramal Sarvajal)
Kids washing hands in a school. Image for representation only. (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
Water conservation measures invariably have a positive effect on water quality and the environment (Image: Joel Bassuk / Oxfam; Flickr Commons, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
HWTS solutions are best suited for villages (Image: WaterAid)
Meeting the basic needs of vulnerable communities during Covid-19 (Image Source: SOPPECOM)
Image: Flickr Commons
On January 31st 2020, the WHO declared the COVID 19 crisis to be a public health emergency of international concern. (Image: Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation)
Covid treats women differently (Image Source: Simon Williams/ Ekta Parishad via Wikimedia Commons)
Students handwashing with soap (Image: World Bank, Flickr Commons; CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)


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