Pani Haq Samiti is a collective of various efforts. Our partners strengthen us by sharing the load of resource mobilisation, administration, capacity building and support in research and advocacy.
Centre for Promoting Democracy functions as the secretariat of Pani Haq Samiti forming the centre of all communications, advocacy, resource mobilisation and administrative management.
Our other partners are –
Ambujwadi Vikas Samiti
Anna Bhau Sathe Manav Vikas Sangh
Durgadham Rahivashi Mandal
Ekta Welfare Society
Girani Kamgar Sangharsh Samiti (GKSS)
Imanuell Welfare Society
Jay Ambe Nagar Rahiwasi Sangh
Jay Chamundamata Seva Sangh
Jay Santoshi Mata Welfare Society
Maa Sitabun Welfare Society Maitri Sanstha
Pavement Dwellers Organisation
Rathodi Vikas Samiti
Rationing Kruti Samiti (RKS)
Saksham Social Welfare Society
Shramik Mukti Dal Lokshahiwadi
Tiranga Mahila Mandal
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On March 20, 1927, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar led thousands of Dalits to the Chavdar Lake in Mahad, Maharashtra, in order to reclaim their right to water. This day is observed as Social Empowerment day in India. The ideology behind this historic movement forms the basis of...
February 16, 2010, Pani Haq Samiti was formed out of a people's campaign for Universal Access to Water. February 24, 2020, Bhim Nagar in Mankhurd got its first official water connection after a decade of struggle.
January 10, 2017, a circular was issued by the Hydraulic Engineer Dept. as per Water for All Policy of MCGM. January 16, 2019, Wadala Transit Camp got its first official water connection.
Over the years, PHS has evolved into a people’s movement that has created widespread awareness on privatisation of water supply and raised it with concerned authorities. Read More https://youtu.be/g9B10Y2sMco