Over 20 million people in India use our toilets everyday.









Since 2014 Sulabh International has been working towards providing clean arsenic free water accessible and affordable to India’s poorest communities. Read more








SDG 6.2 is about adequate and equitable sanitation hygiene and to end open defecation. Read more

Faecal Management

Faecal Sludge Management
Dr Bindeshwar Pathak developed Sulabh biogas technology – an innovation that converts faecal waste into a resource on-site by turning it… Read more







Manual Scavengers

Championing the cause of dignity and human rights of women working as manual scavengers. Read more













Dignity to Widows

Restoring dignity with love and compassion. Read more







Education Programme

In 1992, Sulabh set up a public school, which has provided English medium education to nearly 10,000 students. Read more

Gender in WASH

Sulabh has always stressed in adopting a gender-inclusive approach in its intervention programmes with a specific focus on girl students. Read more







Toilet Museum

Rated by Time magazine as One of the 10 unique museums of the world, the museum traces the history of the evolution of toilet systems through various civilisations spanning over 4500 years. Read more













Sulabh International Museum of Water Education

First of it’s kind in the country. Read more







Sociology of Sanitation

Conference April 2023 Read more