Sir Ratan Tata Trust helped fund Safe Water Network's Small Water Enterprise initiative in Telangana to demonstrate the potential of market-based approaches to deliver solutions at scale. 

Tata Projects also contributed important technology to our field initiatives, including the six-stage Reverse Osmosis water treatment plants to address fluoride and other microbiological contaminants present in groundwater in rural India.

SRTT is also one of our lead sponsors for our annual ‘Beyond the Pipe’ Forums held in New Delhi. The Forum brings water leaders from around the country together to explore ways to collaborate and foster best practice throughout the sector. SRTT will once again sponsor our upcoming Forum to be held in October 2014.

Tata Strategic Management Group contributed expertise to our India Sector Report. They are the largest Indian-owned management consulting firm. With over twenty years of management consulting experience, they help clients gain a perspective on India entry strategy, rural markets and other India insights. The Tata Strategic Management Group has provided important insight into our field initiatives. 

Sir Ratan Tata Trust is one of the oldest philanthropic institutions in India, and has played a pioneering role in changing the traditional ideas of charity and introducing the concept of philanthropy.


India's newest state, where over three million people lack access to safe water.
The Taj Mahal is located here, yet many in Uttar Pradesh suffer from unsafe water.