As an Implementation Agency, SEED CSR has initiated several projects to improve the quality of sanitation in communities by adopting sustainable sanitation practices.

Principles of hygiene are taken up through training, advocacy sessions and other forms of mass mobilization. An important goalpost has been to help the government in eliminating open defecation through health and hygiene education, awareness and behaviour change communication (BCC).

Issues related to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) are a priority. As an important Sustainable Development Goal (SDG), it remains a pressing concern of central and state governments, international development and donor agencies.

Socially responsible corporates have taken it up and are working through SEED CSR and its WASH experts to develop implementation models that are robust, comprehensive and results-oriented. By building and strengthening WASH infrastructure, communities are motivated to adopt improved practices while making use of these improved facilities.

Construction of Global Technology Toilet, Varanasi
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  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH).
  • Community sensitization and awareness.
  • Renovation of toilets in schools.
  • Hand-pump repair in schools.
  • Installation of Dustbins.
  • Water purifier and water cooler machine in schools & community.
  • Betterment of Sewerage, Solid Waste Management & Drainage facilities.
  • Village Ponds Cleanliness & Renovation with Retaining walls.

We have constructed technology integrated toilet at Varanasi incorporating three global technologies:-

DRDO Technology  |  NASA Technology  |  Enviro Loo Technology.

Under the CSR initiative, the company has collaborated a project for constructing 1000 individual household toilets in a mostly tribal-dominated region in the interiors of the Western Ghats, thereby executing the Swachch Bharat Abhiyaan of Government of India and working towards making the country Open Defecation Free by the year 2019.

Besides, it is also working to create awareness among the villagers about health, cleanliness and hygiene and it has also encouraged the beneficiaries to take the ownership of their respective toilets and use them with pride. Besides constructing the toilets, SEED CSR will also conduct monthly meetings with the beneficiaries to sensitise them. Apart from this, various behavior change activities targeting the villagers, such as conducting street plays and rallies were also conducted.

Elimination of open defecation

  • To bring a behavioural change regarding sanitation practices
  • Generate awareness about sanitation and its linkage with public health
  • To follow Behavioural Change Strategy and IEC
  • To work towards enhancing Private Sector Participation
  • Capacity Building
Towards Swachh Bharat