Proper sanitation and care – Must for every new mom

“With 167 maternal deaths per 1,00,000 live births and 28 newborn deaths per 1,000 live births, India has one of the highest rates of maternal and neonatal mortality in the... Read more

Standing up for the Ganga – Adventure for a purpose

For most of my life, I harbored a deep suspicion of non-profits or ‘chanda collectors’- especially the kinds who used to knock on our door with a book of receipts... Read more

Inception workshop for Delhi decentralised faecal sludge management project

The inception workshop for decentralised Faecal Sludge Management (FSM) project in the Savda Ghevra locality of Delhi was held on February 10 at Delhi. The day long workshop set out... Read more

Training on water security

WaterAid regional office in Bhopal organised four-days training on “perspective building on geo hydrology for water security” from February 8. The training was facilitated by Arid Communities and Technology (ACT)... Read more

What do we mean by ‘improving sanitation’?

Good sanitation in communities has a lot of benefits like better health, better economy, and physical safety for women. But looking at toilets in history, “improving sanitation” has come to... Read more

Solid Liquid Resource Management Workshop with Swachh Bharat Mission in Uttar Pradesh

WaterAid India’s regional office in Lucknow organised a two days’ workshop on Solid Liquid Resource Management (SLRM) in collaboration with the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) in Uttar Pradesh. The workshop... Read more

A member of the housekeeping staff shares how “educated people” behave

Radhamma, a middle-aged housekeeping staff feels appalled at the way in which educated people behave. During an interaction, she shared that even though people have all the money and education,... Read more