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Hygiene

BJP MP Varun Gandhi Lights A Lamp In The Lives Of Manual Scavengers In His Constituency

Delhi Diwali Special News
All those working as manual scavengers in the district will be trained for three months and during this process will be paid Rs. 6,000 per month: BJP MP Varun Gandhi
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Global Handwashing Day: School Children Trained On Hygiene Using Innovative Play Based Methods

Delhi News
‘Swachh Hand Mela’ organised by WASH United in partnership with the UNICEF had around 1000 school children on board. Games were demonstrated in front of children to motivate and enlighten them about importance of hygiene
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Participants Of MTB Himalaya Pedals In Himachal Pradesh To Spread Awareness Against Open Defecation

MTB Himalaya pedalaing himachal pradesh
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A team of eight volunteers of which six are foreign nationals are on 8-day bike rally. They aim to cover eight schools situated on their race route everyday to educate children and their parents about the ill-effects of open defecation and unclean surroundings
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Foreign Nationals On A Mission To Generate Awareness On Cleanliness And Hygiene In Himachal Pradesh

Foreign Nationals On A Mission To Generate Awareness On Cleanliness And Hygiene In Himachal Pradesh
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A team of 8 volunteers of which six are foreign nationals are on 8-day bike rally. They aim to cover 8 schools situated on their race route everyday to educate children and their parents about the ill-effects of open defecation and unclean surroundings
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Indian Cities Rated On The Hygiene Index

Swachh Hygiene Index
Swachh Hygiene Index
Hygiene Index developed in support of the Central Government’s Swachh Bharat Mission by Reckitt & Benckiser and Ernst & Young, assesses the performance of Indian cities in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sectors
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Sanitation Plus Health As Focus, Orchha In Chhattisgarh Becomes Open Defecation Free

Orchha
Chhattisgarh Features
Chhattisgarh has impressive sanitation coverage of 84 per cent, despite its hilly terrain and several areas hit by unrest
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Women’s Only Mobile Toilets Launched In Pune

Women's Only Mobile Toilets Launched In Pune
Maharashtra News Open Defecation Free
The Pune Municipal Corporation launched mobile toilets which are designed especially for women so that using toilets in public becomes a hassle free thing for them
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Swachh Hygiene Index: How Close Are We To The Dream Of A Swachh Bharat?

Swachh Hygiene Index: How Close Are We To The Dream Of A Swachh Bharat?
Swachh Hygiene Index
From toilets and sewerage to health, the Hygiene Index has evaluated the performances of 10 cities in the areas of sanitation and hygiene. Here's how the cities performed and what they can do to improve
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Behaviour Change Communication: Innovative Ways In Which People Are Changing Mindsets About Swachhta

Behaviour Change Communication: Innovative Ways In Which People Are Changing Mindsets About Swacchta
Swachh Hygiene Index
Changing our habits and attitudes towards sanitation and hygiene is critical for the success of the Swachh Bharat Mission. This, perhaps, is also the toughest challenge the Mission will have to scale
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This Simple Hygiene Kit Is Helping Keep Girls In School In Surat

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Swachh Warriors
For almost 4 years now, Surat based Atul Mehta and his wife Meena Mehta have been visiting slums and municipal schools to distribute hygiene kits.
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Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus To Get A Swachh Makeover

Clean-up Drives Season 3 Highlights
The CST is also among the iconic locations selected among the 10 tourist sites in India which the Government of India wants to clean up under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. Since the 138 year old terminus is the functional headquarters of the central railways with a footfall of 5 lakh people every day, maintaining cleanliness is a humongous challenge for authorities.
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India’s 80,000 Villages Now Have 100% Access To Toilets

India's 80,000 Villages Now Have 100% Access To Toilets
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Over 80,000 villages across the country have achieved the target of constructing 100 per cent toilets while 21 districts have now become open defecation free, the government said today.
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