Overview: Mama Josephine Mushumbusi his youth owafadhili training related to sanitation in India

Posted by & filed under Africa, Articles, In the Press.

  Co-Chadema Secretary General, Mama Josephine's Mushumbusi tofafanua topic in ongoing training in New Delhi, India. Mama Josephine Mushumbusi , whose commitment, scored a trip to India, where he found some which ingewafaa Tanzanian education. He was not selfish, he did not call his relatives instead went Singida, Tunduma, Ubungo, Bunju and Mwanjelwa, he gathered several Tanzanians and… Read more »

विधवा-वृद्धाओं को शिक्षित करेगी सुलभ

Posted by & filed under Articles, In the Press, Uttar Pradesh.

  वृंदावन, कार्यालय संवाददाता : सुलभ इंटरनेशनल ऑफ सोशल आर्गेनाइजेशन प्रमुख बिंदेश्वरी पाठक ने कहा कि संस्था अब वृंदावन के सरकारी आश्रय सदनों में रहने वाली विधवा-वृद्धाओं को सुशिक्षित करेगा। उनके आंख, दांत, कान की तकलीफ दूर करने के लिये ठोस कदम उठाया जायेगा। श्री पाठक सुलभ टीम के साथ शनिवार को महिला आश्रय सदन… Read more »

उषा से आशा…

Posted by & filed under Articles, In the Press, Rajasthan.

राजस्थान के अलवर में रहने वाली ऊषा चाउमार ने अपने साथ सैकड़ों स्त्रियों को सिर पर मैला ढोने की प्रथा से छुटकारा दिलाया. विकास कुमार की रिपोर्ट. ऊषा पहले तो बात करने में खुलती ही नहीं. बेहद औपचारिक तरीके से दुआ-सलाम और फिर इधर-उधर की बातें करती हैं. लेकिन बार-बार अपने बारे में बताने का आग्रह… Read more »

BMC Mayor inaugurates four new deluxe PUCs

Posted by & filed under Articles, In the Press, Madhya Pradesh.

  Bhopal Municipal Corporation Mayor Krishna Gaur inaugurated four newly constructed advanced deluxe public utility centres at Indrapuri market, Gandhi market Piplani, Sonagiri square, and Bajranj market in Barkehda Pathani on Thursday.  The Corporators of the area, BMC officials and senior citizens were present at the occasion.Lauding the facilities available at the utility centers, the… Read more »

In India, the lowest class still shovels other people’s feces

Posted by & filed under Articles, In the Press, International.

  The Indian Supreme Court expressed concern at the delay in passing a bill to ban manual scavenging. The Indian Supreme Court expressed concern on Tuesday at the delay in passing a bill that would ban manual scavenging. The bench told Attorney General G.E. Vahanvati, "They [manual scavengers] are marginalized and Parliament needs to take… Read more »

There’s a greater need for toilets than temples

Posted by & filed under Articles, In the Press, International.

  FOUR essentials —  temples, toilets, tablets (computers)  and tap water — are unrelated. But in India, they are. Their uneven availability affects the human development indicators. Straight-talking minister Jairam Ramesh has sparked a debate saying there are more temples in India than toilets. He is right. Facts, established in the United Nation's Human Development… Read more »

Toilet Troubles

Posted by & filed under Articles, In the Press, India.

  It’s something almost all of us take for granted, and it’s definitely not a glamorous thing to get involved with, but this country is the perfect example of how wrong things can go when we skip over this essential part of infrastructure. Meeting Dr. Pathak, the founder of Sulabh International was really inspiring.  When… Read more »

Dr Bindeshwar Pathak, founder of Sulabh Toilet..

Posted by & filed under Articles, In the Press, India.

In spirituality lies the essence of happiness,” says Dr Bindeshwar Pathak, founder of Sulabh International Social Service Organization, considered one of the biggest NGOs in India and a pioneer in low-cost sanitation. In 1969 Dr Pathak was entrusted a special job by a committee set up during the Gandhi centenary celebrations in Patna, India. The… Read more »