PASS "Pani aur Swachta main Sajhedari" supported by USAID in Delhi and Agra. PASS aims to deliver improved and integrational WASH services to poor communities - taps and toilets at home, to ensure equality, better health and enhanced productivity for sustained poverty reduction. CURE does this through innovating and building scalable service delivery models (SANMAN, Decentralized and De-engineered solutions such as simplified sewers, slum networking, cluster septic tanks, customized home toilet, financing models, slope restoration and wastewater treatment to prevent flooding etc.); and undertake a behaviour change communication (BCC) programme to nudge behavior change. CURE has also evolved an ecological approach to improving health outcomes with slums becoming part of the solution to urban resilience. CURE is reaching 114,000 households in 140 slum settlements in all the cities.