Nestle India teams up with Rajasthan Health Department


Nestle India has tied up with the Department of Medical and Health, Government of Rajasthan to extend support and improve primary healthcare in the state by providing access to clean water for consumption by the people.


As a part of its commitment to provide high quality and clean drinking water, Nestlé India has been undertaking several programmes to facilitate access to clean drinking water over the years.


Nestlé India in association with the Department of Medical and Health, Government of Rajasthan, has identified a total of 10 Public Health Sample units where the company will provide clean drinking water through its NGO partner, Piramal Sarvajal. This will be part of Adarsh Public Health Center Yojna established by the Government.


Sarvajal will be constructing single phase bore-wells and water tanks with efficient water filtration and delivery mechanism. In order to strengthen support to this cause, Nestlé India has already constructed 244 water tanks across six states benefitting more than 1,27,000 students under Nestlé’s Clean Drinking Water Projects. Nestlé India has also partnered with Piramal Sarvajal to set up purification systems including UV and RO facilities in projects at various locations.

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