Toilet

Toilet

India Strengthens Its Resolve Of ‘Toilet For All’ On World Toilet Day, Says Prime Minister Narendra Modi

India Strengthens Its Resolve Of ‘Toilet For All’ On World Toilet Day, Says Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Swachh India World Toilet Day
Building toilets as part of his government's 'Swachh Bharat' programme has brought tremendous health benefits along with dignity, especially to women, says Prime Minister Narendra Modi ...
More

WASH Warrior: Meet 45-Year-Old Ganesh Nagle, Who Is Ensuring His Fellow Slum Dwellers In Bhopal Are Not Deprived Of Sanitation Facilities

WASH Warrior: Meet 45-Year-Old Ganesh Nagle, Who Is Ensuring His Fellow Slum Dwellers In Bhopal Are Not Deprived Of Sanitation Facilities
WASH Programme World Toilet Day
Ganesh Nagle was an active proponent of the scheme to construct household toilets under the Swachh Bharat Mission, he also prepared a list of families that were left out of the scheme and shared it with the local ward parishad and Member of Parliament ...
More

72% Of Toilets Surveyed By CAG In Government Schools Don’t Have A Running Water Facility, 11% Are Non-existent Or Partially Constructed

72% Of Toilets Surveyed By CAG In Government Schools Don’t Have A Running Water Facility, 11% Are Non-existent Or Partially Constructed
News Swachh India
The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) report finds lack of hand washing facilities in toilets and poor maintenance of toilets constructed under the Swachhh Vidyalaya Abhiyan ...
More

This Mason Utter Pradesh Who Is On A Mission To Build Toilets In Slums Has Won Nari Shakti Award

This Mason Utter Pradesh Who Is On A Mission To Build Toilets In Slums Has Won Nari Shakti Award
News Uttar Pradesh Women's Day Special
Hailing from Sitapur, one of India's most backward districts, 60-year-old Kalavati Devi’s spirit of making toilet accessible to the poor contributed in the construction of a 50-seat facility ina slum in Kanpur ...
More

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 ...
More

‘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 ...
More

This Family In Uttar Pradesh’s Barabanki District Turns Toilet Into Kitchen, Defecates In Open

This Family In Uttar Pradesh’s Barabanki District Turns Toilet Into Kitchen, Defecates In Open
News Uttar Pradesh
Since water would seep through the roof of their hut and flood the kitchen during rains, this family in Uttar Pradesh's Barabanki decided to convert their pukka toilet built under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan into a kitchen and continue the practice of defecating in the open ...
More

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 ...
More

Made Out Of 3,500 Discarded Plastic Bottles, This 41-Year-Old School In Nashik Finally Gets A Functional Girls’ Toilet

Made Out Of 3,500 Discarded Plastic Bottles, This 41-Year-Old School In Nashik Finally Gets A Functional Girls’ Toilet
Maharashtra Sanitation Waste Warriors Of India
Vaitarna Ashramshala school in Nashik, which did not have a functional toilet for their female students and teachers, now has a unique toilet made of discarded plastic bottles and bamboo ...
More

Swachh Bharat Mission: How India’s Cleanliness Mission Helped Millions Live With Dignity

Swachh Bharat Mission: How India’s Cleanliness Mission Helped Millions Live With Dignity
News Swachh India
According to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Swachh Bharat Mission can serve as a model for other countries around the world that need to improve access to sanitation for the people from disadvantaged sections ...
More

As ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’ Turns Two, Bhumi Pednekar Expresses Pride For Her On-Ground Work

As 'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha' Turns Two, Bhumi Pednekar Expresses Pride For Her On-Ground Work
News Sanitation
Celebrating the two years of her film, Toilet: Ek Prem Katha, actress Bhumi Pednekar shared a post on social media about her initiatives to help a school in Madhya Pradesh have fully functional toilets ...
More

Swachh Nyayalaya: 15 Percent Of Court Complexes Are Without Female Washrooms, Suggests Report

Swachh Nyayalaya: 15 Percent Of Court Complexes ARE Without Female Washrooms, Suggests Report
News
A survey conducted by New Delhi based Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy in a report called “Building Better Court” revealed that 15 percent of court complexes did not have washrooms for women ...
More