53% of households in India do not have access to a toilet. You can make a difference.
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Option 1: To contribute to this cause, please click on the Donate button below

(Note: Clicking on this link will take you to the CAF India website. Disclaimer*)

Option 2: Send a cheque/DD in favour of

Charities Aid Foundation India
Mail it to Dettol Banega Swachh India,
NDTV Archana Complex, Greater Kailash – 1, New Delhi –110048

  • For Cheque Payee Name: – Charities Aid Foundation India

Bank Account Number for Indian Donor:-
Swift Code

Bank Account Number for Anyone Making Donation From Outside India:-
Account no. 05881170000019
Swift Code

For more details on Donations SMS ‘TOILET’ to 56388

How Money Raised Through Donations Will Be Used

Unit cost per toilet that will be built under this project is Rs 30,000.
This is for a holistic sanitation model covering essential components around improved sanitation:

• Construction of complete toilets
• Focused communication to ensure proper usage
• Appropriate depth of pits
• Quality material for construction of a toilet
• Community mobilization
• Develop Information, Education and Communication (IEC) material and tools
• Management and administrative costs
• Operation and maintenance costs


*Disclaimer: This link shall direct you to the CAF India (“CAF”) website where you can make donations. All donation amounts are directly credited to the CAF’s account. The role of NDTV is that of a facilitator between the intending donors and CAF India, and NDTV is promoting the CAF India initiative on a best efforts basis and in good faith. All tax exemption certificates (where applicable) that needs to be issued to the donors under the relevant sections of the Income Tax Act shall be issued by CAF India. All queries related to collection/utilization of funds donated by donors should be directed to CAF India.


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  1. What type of toilets will be built?

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