Posts Categorized: Sulabh News
After launching a scheme to help the widows of Vrindavan, Sulabh International today announced its decision to give a monthly dole of Rs 1,000 each to such women to prevent them from starvation and begging. Making the announcement, Sulabh Founder, Bindeshwar Pathak, said the organisation has decided to make the payment on the fifth day… Read more »
MASEMBE TAMBWE in Bhopal Good fortune couldn’t have come better to Anita Narre, the Indian now famed bride who ran away from her husband after finding that he didn’t have a toilet, after a local NGO slapped her with 4,000 US Dollars. Sulabh Sanitation and Social Reform Movement Founder, Dr Bindeshwar Pathak travelled 500kms… Read more »
It was exactly a year ago that The Hindu wrote about the plight of abandoned and destitute women, particularly widows, who take shelter in Vrindavan, prompting the National Legal Services Authorities (NALSA) to take action. It filed a social justice litigation before the Supreme Court for ameliorating the pitiable condition of these women and directing… Read more »
Brindavan (Uttar Pradesh), Aug 12 (IANS) Sulabh International has pledged to give a life a dignity to the 1,700 odd widows of Brindavan who spend their sunset years in pain. Responding to the shock expressed by the Supreme Court over the inhuman disposal of the bodies of widows, Sulabh founder Bindeshwar Pathak announced steps to provide… Read more »
Dr. Pathak stands with the Sulabh Effluent Treatment system attached with public toilet linked biogas plant.
Professor Rajmohan Gandhi shared a meal with the liberated and rehabilitated untouchable scavengers from Nai Disha.