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POOP – It’s not crappy!
If we utilized whole lot of crap India produced per day through open defecation, we could light around 1,092,000 street lights or 72,800 stoves …
Former slum now has its own newspaper
A determined group of youngsters in Shaheed Nagar who started a weekly newspaper find their objectives are slowly being realised.
Sumdwellers displaced for a cleaner Yamuna
Slums dumped out of sight
Children demand inclusion in water and sanitation programmes at UNICEF forum
More than 50 children from across the world participated at the two-day conference in Tajikistan
South Asian countries give sanitation charter to SAARC
MPs launched sanitation campaign in Kathmandu to addresses sanitation woes
Who dares trash them?
Stink over missing toilets: ministry initiates probe
CAG audit may be sought if states fail to disclose correct information, says secretary for drinking water and sanitation
This International E-Waste Day, give your used electronic devices for recycling, urges non-profit
Give used electronic devices forv recycling , says international non-profit even as weight of e-waste generated this year surpasses that of China&…
How Delhi Master Plan 2041 misses the bus in every aspect
The draft Delhi Master Plan 2041 in its current form, lacks substance, basic data and numbers worth of a Master Plan on a range of issues, from …
COVID-19: What it is to ‘work from home’ for women waste-pickers
Most housing units in Bhalaswa village have not been upgraded to support informal waste work. This impacts women’s productivity, …
Fast track work on ODF+ and ODF++: Parliamentary panel to govt
Less than 30% of cities certified as ODF+ under Phase 2 of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban-2), the panel’s report found
Swachh Bharat Mission: Need focus on citywide sanitation, clean Ganga
Safe and equitable access to sanitation and ensuring behavioural change necessary for sustenance
Swachh Bharat Mission: Haryana’s race for ODF tag pushed people in debt traps
Villagers were forced to construct toilets, but were not given subsidy promised under SBM
Union Budget 2019-20: Gush of funds for piped water
The government allocated Rs 9,150.36 crore for National Rural Drinking Water Programme — increase of 69% from last year
"Swachh Bharat Mission echoes sterilisation campaign of 70s"
A new book exposes the lacunae in the way India manages its waste and recommends changes in practices and attitudes toward waste. Robin Jeffrey …
More than 50% rural households across 5 states are still without toilets
The low performance of these 5 states can prevent India from achieving 100 % toilet coverage by October 2019
Government still chasing toilets, but that won’t solve sanitation issues: experts
The government is still correlating the number of toilets built with open defecation-free status of villages
Santosh Devi, a former sarpanch, says attaining total sanitation for her village was easier than ensuring clean and sweet water
Flush with finance
Microfinance is helping poor people construct toilets in Tamil Nadu
Breaching the threshold
How do we sustain our consumption patterns? And how can we feed the 1.2 billion living in poverty?