By implementing sustainable WASH solutions, we aim to tackle one of the most fundamental human needs: access to clean and safe water and adequate sanitation. Our approach goes beyond simply providing resources; we focus on empowering communities to effectively manage their WASH needs, which is essential for lasting health benefits and for driving progress in education and economic development.


In our quest to enhance access to safe drinking water, we have launched several projects, such as the construction of boreholes, wells, and water purification systems, as well as initiatives for rainwater harvesting and the rehabilitation of existing water supply infrastructures. These endeavors significantly reduce the incidence of waterborne diseases, alleviate the burden of water collection—particularly for women ad children—and promote better health and hygiene practices.


Understanding the critical link between sanitation and health, GRDO is committed to improving sanitation facilities. This includes the construction and maintenance of latrines and toilets, especially in schools, healthcare centers, and vulnerable communities. The impact of these improvements is far-reaching, enhancing community sanitation, reducing environmental contamination, and curbing the spread of communicable diseases.

A key component of our WASH initiatives is hygiene promotion and education. We strive to raise awareness about the importance of good hygiene practices through campaigns, distribution of hygiene kits, and educational programs. These efforts are instrumental in encouraging behavior change, leading to better health outcomes and a reduction in hygiene-related diseases.


Community engagement and participation are central to the success and sustainability of our WASH projects. By involving community members in the planning, implementation, and maintenance stages, we not only ensure the sustainability of these initiatives but also foster a sense of ownership and responsibility for local resources.


In emergency situations, our WASH response is swift and effective. We are equipped to provide immediate access to water and sanitation through the rapid deployment of portable water purification systems, emergency latrines, and hygiene kits. This rapid response is crucial in mitigating the risk of disease outbreaks and providing critical support to affected populations.


Lastly, capacity building and training form the backbone of our efforts to ensure the long-term sustainability of WASH services. By training local technicians in WASH facility maintenance and repair, as well as educating them on water resource management, we build local expertise and resilience. This not only empowers communities but also secures the enduring success of our WASH programs.