Adopt and make a village water +ve

Adopting a village in India for CSR is not just a philanthropic gesture, but also an opportunity to "address a critical issue - the water crisis". With many rural communities lacking access to clean water sources, corporate sponsorship of a village can help improve access to safe and sustainable water, promoting the health and well being of the community.

Be Water+ve has developed AQUAS360, an intervention framework that takes a holistic approach to water, encompassing access, quality, use, reuse, accounting, audit, and sustainable development. AQUAS360 combines green and energy-efficient drinking water and sanitation innovations with cutting-edge digital technologies and IoTs for monitoring and governance. It addresses the complete water cycle, from rainwater harvesting to accounting.

Aligned with Jal Shakti Abhiyaan schemes, including Swachh Bharat 1 & 2, Jal Jeevan Mission, Atal Bhujal Yojana, Amrit Sarovar, and various UN SDGs, AQUAS360 aims to identify and provide sustainable water infrastructure to at least 100 water-challenged and strategically important villages in coordination with the Jal Shakti Ministry, State Governments, and local bodies, with the support of our partners.

Who can participate?




Public sector organizations


Non-profit organizations

How will it impact? (3 year estimates)


100 village program

  • People impacted : 200,000
  • Water treated : 225 million liters
  • Water recycled & reused : 30 million liters.
  • Rainwater harvesting : 500 million liters


Be water +ve campaign over the next 3 years (2026) will transform –

  • over 10 million people to be water conscious and savers.
  • over 200 villages on the path of water positivity
  • treating over a billion liters.
  • generating and saving over 10 billion liters of water


Basis and assumptions of estimates-

  • water savings in advocacy will be measured by the proof of savings submitted by individuals / communities.
  • Generation of water is based on rainwater harvesting and gray water recycling.
  • water positivity will be reflected in the Water Balance Sheet drawn annually.
  • estimates are initially for a period of 3 years till 2026, basis which the next course will be curated.
  • estimates are averaged based the proposed interventions.
  • every impact parameter will be monitored, measured, and reported with scientific assessment and proof and maintained digitally.

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