NASA National Sanitation and Enviornment Improvment Foundation
A non-profit Voluntary Organisation
Reenacted Dandi March- 2005
Again a new turning point was awaiting for NASA Foundation...
Ujjain Simhasth Kumbh Mela
However, year 2004 was all together proved to be a new turning point and innovative experience....
Palitana Project
NASA Foundation has undertaken its 61st major project to build a public sanitation facility...

NASA’s cost-recovering, environment-friendly objectives are aimed to improve public hygiene by establishing clean sanitation facilities for public use. To construct, operate, and maintain community sanitation complexes for the public in growing and densely populated urban areas, manage water resources, recycle waste for productive use are some of the main features of NASA’s programs:

Sheth Anandji Kalyanji Trust has given 160 square meters of land near Bhataghar near the base of the Palitana hills to construct modern public sanitation facilities for the use by pilgrims. NASA estimates the total cost to be around Rs.18 Lacks (US $ 45,000). Groundbreaking for the project took place on July 15th, 2007, and NASA anticipates completion of the project by January 2008. The plan is to build handicapped-accessible complex comprising of 10 baths, 10 toilets, 2 western-style toilets with attached baths, 10 urinals, 2 changing rooms for women and men, and 100 lockers.

Thanks to generous donations from our supporters, we have already raised 30% of the funds towards the project. Your financial support is vital to the success of this important project that is designed to serve thousands of Jain pilgrims that visit this sacred place each year.