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In its unwavering commitment to community, Reach India Trust has implemented a myriad of programs and initiatives from 2014 to the present, aimed at transforming the lives of women, adolescent girls, and vulnerable communities across Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Assam, West Bengal, and beyond.

Under the current initiatives for 2022-2023, the JALDHARA – Rainwater Harvesting Project stands out. Addressing the critical issue of water scarcity, this initiative implements rooftop rainwater harvesting at the prestigious Kolkata Medical College. With a capacity of around 17,000 liters in underground reservoirs and an additional 5,000 liters in rooftop reservoirs, the project not only tackles water shortages but also promotes sustainable water usage within the medical institute.

The health impact from 2014-2023 is substantial, with reproductive and sexual health education, supported by The David and Lucile Packard Foundation and Thrive Educate, reaching 141,054 women and 61,748 adolescent girls across Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Assam, and West Bengal. COVID-19 relief efforts, in collaboration with Save the Children and Tech Mahindra Foundation, touched the lives of 2,000 families in Kolkata, offering 80,000 kgs of dry ration. The organization played a crucial role in Amphan Relief, supporting affected communities in Kolkata. The Women and Adolescent Empowerment (WAGE) Project impacted 1,27,000 women and 22,000 adolescent girls, focusing on creating awareness about rights and understanding the services available under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM).

Relief impact from 2020-2021 is significant, with 2,000 families reached and 80,000 kgs of dry ration distributed. Key achievements include declaring 37 ODF blocks, conducting 170+ SLTS activities for school children, and surveys for the ODF+ component assessing Menstrual Hygiene and SLWM in 5 assigned districts.

In the flood prone areas of Purnea district of Bihar, Reach India Trust along with its strategic and funding partner is implementing a project called “Promoting and strengthening climate resilient SMSS and HH4A initiatives in Bihar”. Through these project Reach has reached around 14000 household for safely managed sanitation systems and reached around 8000 people on accessing proper hand washing facilities.

These initiatives exemplify Reach India Trust’s holistic approach to creating a hygienic and sustainable future for the communities it serves. Through education, relief, and WASH initiatives, the organization is making a significant impact on the well-being of individuals and communities.