Footsteps Bangladesh, a renowned next-generation organisation, is extensively working to ensure safe water access in marginalised communities across the country through its venture Project Trishna.
Since 2015, Project Trishna has been working to create water accessibility by installing filtration units in government and non-government schools where safe water availability is very limited due to high levels of contamination.
Besides providing water facilities to schools children, thousands of people in several public places and government hospitals have been served every day through the water filtration units that Footsteps has provided.
Since last year, the project has expanded its operation by setting up tubewells in rural communities where the people struggle to meet their daily need for water in their regular activities. Till date, Footsteps impacted over lives of 3,00,000 people in 27 different districts through its projects.
Like every year, Footsteps has launched a month-long campaign in this holy month of Ramadan where they are accepting donations and Sadaqah from the loving hands of mass people. Taslima Begum is one of the beneficiaries whose family has been provided with a tubewell by a portion of the funds Footsteps collected from last year’s campaign.
Following this year, Footsteps is working diligently with an aim to ensure water accessibility for 5,00,000 people across Bangladesh this year only. With your participation in the campaign, you can spread and share their joy across boundaries where people are devoid of even the basic necessities of life.