Safe water, sanitation, and hygiene are at the heart
of sustainable development and critical to the survival
of people; to that end, we have been working to
provide the urban poor communities their basic
right to health, happiness and dignity.

WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) is a program that works in partnership with donors and the Government of Bangladesh to provide integrated water, sanitation, and hygiene services. Through several innovative projects in collaboration with partners, SAJIDA Foundation has been working for the urban poor communities where WASH related diseases abound.

Our Programs

Why WASH intervention is important

1 in 40 People don’t
have access to clean water

20 in 40 People don’t
have access to basic sanitation

6 in 40 People don’t
have access to hygiene facilities


Sanitation facilities installed in Schools


Community Sanitation Facility


Water Credit amount given to member


Awareness Campaigns


Public / Mobile Toilet User

4,230,674 Nos.

Our Watercredit program enables access to the marginalized poor communities to WASH facilities

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Afroza and her peers from Hazi Jan Mohammad High School now have access to WASH facilities at their school

News From WASH

SAJIDA celebrates Global Hand washing Day with Telugu Community

Global Handwashing Day is a reminder of the importance of clean hands, and how not ensuring it leads to yearly […]

Awareness Session on the Importance of Proper Hygiene for RMG Workers

On 29th September, WASH for RMG Workers conducted a Change Agent Orientation at Next Accessories Ltd. To raise awareness among […]

Collaboration with WaterAid and DSCC to Control the Critical Dengue Outbreak

On  24th September, SAJIDA Foundation in collaboration with WaterAid organized a meeting at Dhaka South City Corporation premises on dengue […]

Officials of WaterAid visit WASH program

On July 23rd, officials from WaterAid including Mr. Thomas Palakudiyil, Regional Director of South Asia, Mr. Ian Stuart Gavin, Regional […]