Hygiene

This site by the World Health Organisation (WHO) provides access to water and sanitation related disease fact sheets, which provide information on the disease and how it affects people, the causes, distribution, scope of the problem and...

Progress towards achieving internationally agreed goals on drinking water and sanitation, shows the progress achieved over 1990-2002, of nations across the world, towards achieving safe drinking water and improved sanitation for its citizens. The map shows that India is on track in achieving its drinking water goals, but is not on track in its progress towards achieving improved sanitation....

The PAHELI report (Peoples' Audit of Health Education and Livelihoods) is a rapid assessment of the prevailing status of human development in a district and covers four major sectors: life and livelihoods, water and sanitation, mother and child health, and education and literacy. The design and execution of PAHELI was done by Pratham and PAHELI district partners....

The water and sanitation management organisation (WASMO) works by empowering communities to manage their local water sources, drinking water supply and environmental sanitation in the state.

The site contains details about the organisation's genesis, structure and current partners, major activities such as drinking water supply,...

The Third South Asia Conference on Sanitation (SACOSAN 2008), organised by Government of India, was held in New Delhi, during November 16-21, 2008, with the theme as "Sanitation for Dignity and Health".

A major conference output was the 'Delhi Declaration', signed by all the heads of delegations from the participating 8 SAARC nations,...

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