Campus Operations:

International Agriculture University (IAU) is steadfastly committed to UN Sustainable Development Goal #6: Clean Water and Sanitation in its campus operations. The university has taken concrete steps to ensure access to clean water and sanitation facilities for its students and staff. For instance, IAU has implemented a comprehensive water management system that includes regular water quality testing, treatment, and conservation measures to guarantee a safe and sustainable water supply across its campus. Additionally, the university has upgraded its sanitation facilities, promoting proper hygiene and sanitation practices through the installation of modern restroom facilities equipped with water-saving fixtures and regular maintenance. These efforts underscore IAU’s dedication to promoting clean water and sanitation, contributing to a healthier and more sustainable environment within its campus operations.

Research and Innovation:

International Agriculture University (IAU) is at the forefront of addressing SDG #6: Clean Water and Sanitation through its pioneering research and innovative initiatives. Our researchers are actively engaged in developing sustainable solutions to ensure access to clean water and improved sanitation practices in agricultural contexts worldwide. For instance, IAU has spearheaded groundbreaking research in water-efficient irrigation techniques, enabling farmers to maximize crop yield while conserving water resources. Additionally, our innovative bio-remediation projects have successfully restored polluted water bodies in rural areas, enhancing water quality and promoting safe sanitation practices. These efforts not only contribute to achieving SDG #6 but also foster agricultural sustainability and improve the livelihoods of communities dependent on agriculture.

Student Involvement:

International Agriculture University (IAU) is actively engaging its students in the pursuit of UN Sustainable Development Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation. Through a multifaceted approach, IAU ensures that students are not just aware of this critical goal but actively involved in addressing it. Students participate in community outreach programs, where they collaborate with local communities to improve access to clean water sources. They engage in awareness campaigns to promote responsible water usage and hygiene practices, both locally and globally. Furthermore, IAU encourages research projects that focus on innovative solutions for clean water and sanitation challenges, fostering a culture of problem-solving and sustainability among its students. By integrating SDG#6 into student involvement activities, IAU empowers its future agricultural leaders to be catalysts for positive change in ensuring access to clean water and sanitation for all.

Partnerships and Collaborations:

The International Agriculture University (IAU) is fervently committed to SDG#6: Clean Water and Sanitation, and this dedication is vividly reflected in its partnerships and collaborations. IAU actively engages with local and international organizations, such as and the United Nations Water Program, to jointly address water-related challenges in agricultural contexts. Through these collaborations, IAU has initiated community-based projects aimed at improving access to clean water sources for rural farming communities. For instance, in partnership with, IAU has funded the construction of water wells in drought-prone regions, ensuring reliable access to clean water for crop irrigation and livestock farming. Moreover, IAU collaborates with sanitation-focused NGOs to implement hygiene education programs in agricultural communities, emphasizing the importance of proper sanitation facilities and practices in reducing waterborne diseases. These tangible initiatives underscore IAU’s unwavering commitment to SDG#6 and its active role in ensuring clean water and sanitation in agricultural environments.