A secure water supply is the foundation of a strong economy, but it is grossly undervalued globally. In India, less than half of the population has access to properly managed drinking water. Waterborne infections are projected to cost India almost USD 600 million each year. People must boil tainted water to make it safe to drink, with inefficient, carbon-intensive wood fires frequently used. Carbon offsets, which are sold as a result of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, can be used to fund projects that help communities gain access to clean water. Meensou India is working for implementing a clean water programme as a carbon offset project in India. Meensou India is working to deploy ceramic water filters in communities deprived of potable water.