Sungi’s water and sanitation interventions for communities particularly women entails facilitation of the community’s analysis of their water and sanitation profile, their practices of water usage and defecation and their consequences, leading to collective action to become water sufficient and Open Defecation Free (ODF). Women tend to be the major contributor in terms of meeting water needs both for drinking purposes and other essential domestic services within the households. It is evident that women, in both rural and semi-urban areas, having no access to piped water, spend major proportion of their time to walk for hours to fetch water. Through number of project interventions, Sungi has been working to improve the access to water by rehabilitating and providing water supply schemes, and installation of hand pumps. Further, protection and maintenance of drinking water sources, improvement of latrine design, adoption and improved hygienic practices, solid waste management, waste water disposal and other environmental measures.