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Second Phase Of Swachh Bharat Mission- Grameen Launched

Second Phase Of Swachh Bharat Mission- Grameen Launched
News Waste Management
While launching the Phase-II of Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen), Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat said that this phase will ensure that effective solid and liquid waste management is instituted in every gram panchayat of the country ...
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#TwoBinsLifeWins: With Mission Garima, Tata Trusts Urges Indians To Follow Waste Segregation To Help Sanitation Workers

Under Mission Garima, the Tata Trusts have identified and procured technologies to make the process for waste management more mechanical to reduce manual intervention
News Sanitation
The TwoBinsLifeWins campaign is a part of Tata Trusts’ Mission Garima which urges citizens to segregate waste at the source, to make the lives of the sanitation workers better, more dignified ...
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Swachh Bharat For All? Despite Community Toilets Built, Access Remains An Issue For Slum Dwellers In Delhi

From lack of space to build household toilets to lack of regular water supply and connectivity to sewage network, slums posed many problems to the toilet construction spree under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
Features Status Of Sanitation In Delhi
Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) built approximately 19,000 community toilets throughout Delhi in the past four years, and yet most of the people living in slums visited by NDTV's Banega Swasth India team, choose to defecate in the open, here’s a ground report ...
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‘We Feel Safe Using Pink Toilets,’ Vote The Women Of New Delhi Who Have Been Experiencing One-Of-Its Kind Facilities Since 2017

Features Status Of Sanitation In Delhi
Pink toilets are more than just about the shade of the paint on these toilets. Meant for only women, these toilets do more than provide privacy to women. Here’s an on-ground report of some pink toilets in Delhi ...
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On Ground Reports: Thousands Of Toilets Built Since 2014 Yet Access To Toilets Remains An Issue In The National Capital

As part of a special feature series, NDTV reports from the ground on various aspects of sanitation related issues in the capital
Features Status Of Sanitation In Delhi
How is Delhi faring on the sanitation front now that the open defecation free (ODF) deadline set under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is done and dusted? ...
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“Building Toilets Is Not Enough To Eradicate Open Defecation,” Experts Stress On The Need To Maintain The Toilets in Delhi

NDTV’s Banega Swasth India team decided to conduct an on-ground reality check on the condition of a bunch of public toilets in Delhi
Features Status Of Sanitation In Delhi
In a city of over 20 million population, access to toilets remains an issue in the city of Delhi. Despite constructing dozens of public toilets, the on ground reality remains questionable as citizens continue to be hesitant to use them blaming it on their condition. Here is NDTV’s on ground report on the condition of public toilets in the city ...
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Manual Scavenging: 24-Year-Old Sanitation Worker Dies While Cleaning Sewer In Delhi

While Ravi was declared brought dead by doctors, 35-year-old Sanjay’s condition is critical and is undergoing treatment at the LNJP hospital in Delhi
Manual Scavenging News
24-year-old sanitation worker, Ravi died when he along with another 35-year-old sanitation worker entered a sewer in CBD ground in Delhi’s Karkadooma to clean it ...
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From ODF Plus To Waste Management, Experts Explain What Union Budget 2020 Means For The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

From ODF Plus To Waste Management, Experts Explain What Union Budget 2020 Means For The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
News Sanitation
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman announced her second Union Budget on February 1, with an allocation of Rs. 12,300 crores for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan which is down from last year ...
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Swachh Bharat Abhiyan 2.0: What To Expect For Government’s Flagship Scheme From The Union Budget 2020, Experts Speak

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan 2.0: What To Expect For Government’s Flagship Scheme From The Union Budget 2020, Experts Speak
Sanitation
While Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stressed on the need for waste management in last year’s budget, experts talk about the on-ground reality and their expectation from budget 2020  ...
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WaterAid India’s Photo Exhibition Dives Into The Hidden World Of Sanitation Workers

Features Manual Scavenging
Through his lens CS Sharada Prasad, an engineer turned into social scientist researching on sanitation access in low and middle-income countries, has dived into the world of sanitation workers ...
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Global Handwashing Day 2019: Only 2 Out Of 10 Poor Households In India Use Soap, Survey

Global Handwashing Day 2019: Only 2 Out Of 10 Poor Households In India Use Soap, Survey
Blogs Swasth India
Handwashing Day 2019: While almost all households in India (as high as 97% according to National Family Health Survey 4 – 2015-16) have washbasins, only richer and more educated households in urban areas use soap to wash hands ...
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Now, Madhya Pradesh Government Will Give The Brides Rs 51,000, If Groom Takes Selfie In Toilet

Now, Madhya Pradesh Government Will Give The Brides Rs. 51,000, If Groom Takes Selfie In Toilet
News Swachh India
As per the Madhya Pradesh government scheme, brides belonging to economically backward sections of the state are eligible to receive Rs 51,000, if they prove that their groom's house has a toilet before the wedding by clicking a selfie of the groom while standing in the toilet in his residence ...
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