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Toilet construction guidelines revised

In its aim to bolster the Central Rural Sanitation Programme, Ministry of Rural Development has revised the guidelines for the construction of toilets allowing people in rural areas to build their toilets under the sanitation campaign. The concept of sanitation ... Read More »

Toilet Frauds

A random verification of nine houses in remote Juramunda village under Boudh district, Odisha, showed payments were made to executing agencies for constructing toilets under Total Sanitation Campaign programme. But toilets hardly existed in those houses. In similar exercise, toilets ... Read More »

Rural Women Sing:Give Me Five

To witness the workings of a powerful women’s campaign, pay a visit to the remote villages of Rewa district in Madhya Pradesh. Here a sanitation revolution, part of the Total Sanitation Campaign (TSC), is taking shape in the guise of ... Read More »

Loo for loans!

In an extreme form of cleanliness and hygiene enforcement, Chandrakant Dalvi, Collector of Pune, has issued an order which states that people who do not have a toilet in their homes would not be sanctioned government loans or even crucial ... Read More »

Maharashtra villages lead in sanitation

If year after year, Maharashtra has been leading in rural sanitation at the national level, the credit entirely goes to the Water Supply and Sanitation department of the Government of Maharashtra for their innovative “Sant Gadge Baba Gram Swachata Abhiyan” ... Read More »

Canadian Toilet Organisation launched

The official launch of the Canadian Toilet Organisation on October 21, concluded United Nations University’s International Year of Sanitation (IYS 2008) workshop on water and sanitation at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. The organisation aims to raise public awareness, address ... Read More »