There is an acute shortage of well-maintained public toilet infrastructure in India.
An ambitious campaign to achieve ODF District
In 2003-04 Haryana had the highest per capita income level in India at current prices
Open defecation and lack of hygienic practices were rampant in village countryside of Bhiwani District in Haryana
A movement to liberate scavengers by implementing a low cost, safe sanitation system
A workbook for school children on sanitation, health and hygiene!
Lack of private sanitation facilities in rural households not only constitutes a major cause of embarrassment for the women
The situation of the villages around Pune, 25 years back was very different than what it is now.
ACC Limited Company’s CSR initiatives focus on the holistic development of their host communities while creating social, environmental and economic value.
URBAN HYGIENE & SANITATION COMMUNITY CENTRE
Solid Waste Management will be one of the top most challenges from metros to small town.
Nadia was the first district that took Swachh Bharat Abhiyan to a new height and was declared as first ODF district in India
According to WHO, as on year 2014, more than 50% of Indians (i.e. over 600 million people) have no access to toilets.
Ennovent, IRC and Taru Leading Edge (‘TARU’) forged a partnership alliance to develop a Sanitation Innovation Accelerator (‘Accelerator’) for India’s rural markets.
ORGANIZING A RURAL SANITATION ECO-SYSTEM
Bharti Foundation established in 2000 is the philanthropic arm of Bharti Enterprises.
GAIL as part of its CSR initiative engaged in sanitation and GAIL CSR policy itself clearly indicates that sanitation
According to the 2011 Census, nearly half of India’s population has no toilet at home.
DCM Shriram Ltd is a business conglomerate having interests in Agri Inputs like Fertilisers, Seeds, Pesticides etc. and Outputs like Sugar
Ambala, with a population of more than 5 lakh, produces 300 tons of Solid Waste daily, most of which went to a landfill in Patvi.
Swachh Bharat Mission (Rural) will have averted over 3 lakh deaths between 2014 and October 2019: WHO study