Water is a resource that we all share as humanity. The onus of securing it rests on everyone. HUF believes that informed intent and shared purpose can galvanise farmers, Panchayats, NGOs, private sector and government to achieve Water for All.
HUF’s “Water for Public Good” programme supports large scale action on water conservation, governance and judicious water use. Rural India has a significant water footprint. The Foundation partners with non-profit organisations working with rural communities across India’s diverse hydrogeological zones. Three key pillars define our work
Build water numeracy to help quantify availability, budget, and allocate water use
Promote scientific citizen-led water conservation and governance efforts
Drive behaviour change for responsible water use in agriculture
Water influences environmental, economic and social impact indicators. HUF programmes deliver impact on connected outcomes that are independently assured each year.
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