India Water Foundation

Founding Year: 2008

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Budget:

Arvind Kumar (Founder & President)

The think tank is engaged in “enhancing public awareness about Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and major components of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, in Asia-Pacific region in general and India in particular.” It was established for the purpose of generating a heightened public awareness among all over India regarding the vital role water plays the lives of people. And it works towards “localizing and implementing SDG’s, affirms towards environment conservation and fosters enhancing community resilience through ‘Putting People First’ approach so they lead a more secure, prosperous, and dignified life. We have a committed team of experts and volunteers who work collectively to provide vital support to communities through network of organizations, by sharing knowledge, expertise, best practices and fostering local, national, regional and international partnerships for development.”

 

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India Water Foundation contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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