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The revolutionary two-pit Sulabh Shauchalaya is environmentally-friendly and can be constructed with a variety of local materials.
Founder of Sulabh Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak sits with the liberated scavengers of Alwar.
Mrs. Priyanka Bharti, Mrs. Priyanka and Mrs. Kumari Jyoti, newly wed brides from Uttar Pradesh who revolted against lack of toilet in their in-laws’ place being awarded by Sulabh International at a function held in village Vishnupur Khurd, District Maharajganj, Uttar Pradesh.
Low-cost sanitation organisation Sulabh International on Wednesday awarded Rs.2 lakh each to three brides who revolted against the absence of toilets at their in-laws’ residence. Sulabh founder Bindeshwar Pathak gave away the awards to Priyanka Bharti, Priyanka and Kumari Jyoti at a function organised at Vishnupur village, 30 km from the district headquarters. Modern… Read more »
Despite getting significant chunks of their revenue from routes out of and to India, several international airlines use their most dated aircraft on this sector. Indeed, South Asia — including the most lucrative destination, India — gets almost as raw a deal from international airlines as that other neglected part of the globe, Africa…. Read more »
Spotlessly clean and decorated with plastic flowers and balloons for its opening ceremony, Priyanka Bharti’s toilet is seen as a gleaming symbol of the empowerment of Indian women. It has been built in the village of Vishnupur Khurd in Uttar Pradesh state due to the determination of Priyanka, a young bride who walked out… Read more »
Stockholm, March 25, 2009 – Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, founder of Sulabh Sanitation and Social Reform Movement in India, has been named the 2009 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate. As the founder of the Sulabh International Social Service Organisation, Dr. Pathak is known around the world for his wide ranging work in the sanitation field to… Read more »