On 28 July 2010, the United Nations General Assembly passed Resolution 64/292. This resolution explicitly recognizes the human right to water and sanitation, acknowledging that clean drinking water and sanitation are essential to the realization of all human rights.
During the post Earthquake of 2015 relief, CEAD is playing as an advisor to NGOs and VDCs for WASH (Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene) programs and water quality in the districts of Tanahu, Nuwakot, and Ramechap.
WASH programs includes the distribution of Hygiene Kits, filters and construction temporary toilets and also address women of marginalized communities to be of heightened concern, CEAD is partnering with the National Indigenous Women’s Forum (NIWF) to bring access to clean water and WASH education within the indigenous Kumal, Tamang, and Dalit Communities. –To support us in these efforts and learn more, Click Here