Empowering women to bring equitable, inclusive urban access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene.
Textile factories in Bangladesh consume an average of 1,500 billion litres of groundwater a year on washing and dyeing fabrics. To preserve depleting groundwater, SAJIDA works with ready-made garment (RMG) workers to improve awareness and access of WASH services in their factories and homes.
Restoring access to safe water and basic WASH services in areas annually affected by flooding and related disease outbreaks.
Recognising that 8 out of 10 people lacking basic drinking water services live in rural areas, SAJIDA launched a rural WASH programme to fill critical gaps in vulnerable villages. The project aims to intervene in three key areas of the community: providing piped water supply, improving WASH facilities in schools, and enhancing WASH facilities in healthcare settings.
BDT 1,578 M
Water Credit Loan Amount
Public/Mobile Toilet User
Communities That Received Sanitation Facilities