CybageAsha Trust, Pune, inaugurated RO water filter plant at Mavadi Supe, a village with 1500 residents in drought-prone Purandar Taluka district of Pune. Ritu Nathani, Head—Cybage CSR and Director—Cybage, was present at the ceremony along with Milind More, Block Development Officer, Purandar Taluka and Archana Jadhav, Sabhapati.
Villagers can now save time, money, and energy with the inauguration of the RO water filter plant. CybageAsha Trust constructed 28 individual toilets with the goal of turning into an open defecation-free village, desilted 3 km area of rivers and streams so that in rainy season water percolates underground and villagers can use that water for agricultural and day-to-day purposes. The trust also helped Gram Panchayat construct a community hall for social gatherings and cultural events. Apart from infrastructural help, the trust conducted health check-up camps, tree plantation drive, and organized agriculture related exposure visits in the village. Because of these initiatives, Mavadi Supe is moving towards a model village in the district.