Clean Water project is a welfare project initiated by MTJ Foundation to address the dire need for safe drinking water in deprived areas of the country. The project involves installing more than 150 hand pumps in the houses of needy people who have no access to clean water due to poverty. The objective of the project is to provide a sustainable solution to the water crisis in these areas and improve the overall health and well-being of the local communities. The impacts and outcomes of Project Clean Water are significant. The installation of hand pumps has provided access to safe drinking water for hundreds of families who previously had to rely on contaminated sources. This has resulted in a decrease in water-borne illnesses, especially among children, and improved overall hygiene practices. Additionally, the project has created local employment opportunities and empowered women, who are often responsible for fetching water, to invest their time and resources in other productive activities. Overall, Project Clean Water has been successful in meeting its deliverables of improving health, reducing poverty, and enhancing the quality of life for the local communities.