This informative booklet contains a wealth of details of GIWA’s many field initiatives, our policy work, programmes, and much, much more. Download this document for a complete overview of our work.
This highly-informative, photo-filled study details the new and innovative solutions for the pollution problems that plague the rivers everywhere across India, including the Ganges.
GIWA and Ganga Action Parivar paper explores the challenges and solutions to the growing number of problems facing The Ganga, which is the crucial life-line for nearly 500 million people.
Development with Faith is GIWA’s compelling White Paper on the intersection of the faith and private sectors in alleviating poverty and realizing the SDG Agenda.
This GIWA policy paper looks at the tragic decline and in some places, death, of a river that is the crucial life-line for nearly 60 million people, as well as countless species of plants and wildlife.
In this revealing new publication drafted by Swamini Adityananda Saraswati of GIWA, with research assistance by the University of Delhi, this study uncovers a set of surprising findings regarding the history of cleanliness in India, going back over 5,000 years.
Together with the Water Supply Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC), GIWA came together to support capacity development on Menstrual Hygiene Management through mass awareness campaigns, short term trainings, Training of Trainers (ToT’s), safe spaces for dialogue, better known as “MHM Labs,” as well as to bring faith-based organizations and communities together to scale education, outreach and awareness on MHM.
Report on the Consultation on the Contribution of the Swachh Bharat Mission Towards Achieving SDG6 in India, organized by GIWA, WSSCC and FANSA with the aim to include those who have long been excluded in the benefits of development and to ensure that no one in India will be left behind in access to water, sanitation and hygiene.
Consultation on the Contribution of the Swachh Bharat Mission Towards Achieving SDG6 in India
Our policy paper on the sustainable redevelopment of disaster-torn Uttarakhand, in the aftermath of the deadly “Himalayan Tsunami” that took thousands of lives, destroying countless villages, homes, businesses and schools.
A beautiful publication covering the numerous projects and initiatives undertaken by the Global Interfaith WASH Alliance, under the vision and leadership of H.H. Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji.