Water scarcity is one of the major issues which affects more than 40 percent of people. Access to safe and affordable drinking water resources for everyone requires investment inadequate infrastructure, providing sanitation facilities, and encouraging hygiene. The university has implanted a filtration plant that facilitates thousands of students with pure and clean water. The purpose is to give clean water resources to avoid threatening diseases which people suffer in every corner of the world due to unclean water. The university arranges awareness campaigns with collaboration with MTH against unhygienic approaches. The purpose is to facilitate vulnerable women across Pakistan with sanitary products. In addition, we aim to provide education about hygiene practices to protect people from senseless suffering. The university aims to achieve universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all by the end of 2030. Furthermore, we strive to provide access to adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene for all, paying particular attention to those in vulnerable situations. The University of Faisalabad improves water quality and works on safe reuse (for gardening purposes) by minimizing dumping and releasing hazardous chemicals and materials. In addition, we emphasize recycling and safe reuse globally. The university implements integrated water resource management at all levels, including through transboundary cooperation as appropriate. In addition, we spread awareness for the restoration of ecosystems, including mountains, forests, wetlands, rivers, aquifers and lakes. The university aims to expand water and sanitation support to the national level, including water harvesting, water efficiency, recycling, and reusing technologies to aid the related severe concerns.