Sociologists Tout Embracing Sanitation As Sub-Discipline

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  SOCIOLOGISTS in the Indian subcontinent have unanimously agreed to introduce sociology of sanitation as a new subdiscipline at national and global level. The Sulabh International founder, Dr Bindeshwar Pathak, told the 'Daily News' that he felt that there was need for a new sub-discipline of sociologists because of the growing interest the world is… Read more »

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

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  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 »

Sulabh to build 200 toilets around Gandhi’s house in S Africa

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  In order to provide proper sanitation facilities in parts of South Africa, NGO Sulabh International will construct 200 toilets and a training school around Mahatma Gandhi's Phoenix settlement in Durban. "Sulabh International will open a vocational training school for the poor and marginalised people who are living around Mahatma Gandhi's famous Phoenix settlement at… Read more »

Sulabh to build 200 toilets around Gandhi’s house in S Africa

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NEW DELHI: In order to provide proper sanitation facilities in parts of South Africa, NGO Sulabh International will construct 200 toilets and a training school around Mahatma Gandhi's Phoenix settlement in Durban.  "Sulabh International will open a vocational training school for the poor and marginalised people who are living around Mahatma Gandhi's famous Phoenix settlement at Durban where the Father of the… Read more »

Sulabh to extend its reach to 15 African countries

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  Extending its footprint in the field of low-cost sanitation outside India, NGO Sulabh International today said it will expand its operations to 15 African countries, including South Africa, to improve their sanitation facilities. Addressing sanitation experts from across the world during the three-day 'World Toilet Summit' here, Sulabh founder Bindeshwar Pathak announced the decision… Read more »