Jal Jeevan

3rd Jal Jeevan Conclave

Empowering Good Water to All Mission

After two successful editions, Integrated Health & Wellbeing Council; the prestigious health & wellbeing advocacy institution in India, under its Mission Good Water for All is announcing the third edition of Jal Jeevan Conclave 2023, on Wednesday-22nd March on the occasion of World Water Day. The conclave will focus on the development of action plan to fulfill vision of the timely Har Ghar Jal and bring Government authorities, international & national organizations, development foundations, corporate, private companies, regional agencies proactively working at districts and Gram Sabha level to support, contribute and implementation of Jal Jeevan Mission in providing safe and clean drinking water in rural areas on India. The virtual forum would also invite innovative solutions, new technology providers to showcase new solutions to strengthen the resolve of Har Ghar Jal of India and engage educational institutions, local community workers, key stakeholders from health & healthcare sectors, social and private organizations working at grassroots level to educate masses on the various water borne noncommunicable disease and infections, good sanitation practices & personal hygiene to highlight the key issues and role of clean water in managing a healthy lifestyle.

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Key Highlights of the Conclave

• Participation of dignitaries from Ministry, Government authorities, key global and national organizations
• Understanding of the implementation of stategovernment schemes along with the mission of Jal Jeevan Mission and Har Ghar Jal till 2024
• Presenting innovative solutions and new technology
• Interaction with multi stakeholders of the mission and various parallel schemes
• Focus on community-managed drinking water supply, water safety and security planning at the institutional level, and water quality& distribution monitoring systems
• Challenges in strengthening operation and maintenance of water supply infrastructures in rural areas
• Capacity building of various stakeholders and support activities to facilitate the implementation
• Technological intervention for In-village water supply infrastructure for tap water connection, water treatment and drinking water source development
• Virtually promoted on IHW Council’s social media and other online platform


Government Schemes to Empower Water to All Mission


Impact of Clean Water in Fighting Hygiene & Sanitation, NCDs and Chronic Water Borne Disease


Urban & Regional Challenges of Safe Drinking Water Supply


Innovative Solutions and Technology for Public Water Supply Infrastructure


Past Speakers

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IHW Council is a not for profit organization that works towards creating awareness and advocacy for a healthier world. Set up in response to a strong call to bridge the gaps in preventive healthcare and environmental protection, the Council advocate’s adherence to the highest standards accepted internationally in healthcare. With the core belief that health is a human right and not only the responsibility of the individual, the Council raises pressing concerns in the healthcare fraternity and engages policy makers, key government officials, academia, industry, health care experts and civil society.

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    The second edition of the ‘Jal Jeevan Conclave 2022’ focused on some of the most pertinent and to-the-point topics that are currently on the forefront of water scarcity and sustainable water management globally. While the opening session of the summit helped the audience have a strong understanding on the government-run Jal Jeevan Mission from a vantage point, the three highly engrossing and interactive panel discussions focused on the significance of clean water, hygiene, and sanitation in tackling water-borne diseases, the challenges in urban and rural water supply, and the need for innovative solutions and technology for a robust public water supply infrastructure.