Train 150 Adivasi Women on setting up low-cost sanitary latrine and personal hygiene. And their access to sustainable Waste Management and arsenic free safe water which promotes the reduction of child
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
The updated information of Family Sanitation and Hygiene Coverage of the Colonies of Padmakr Union under is, 02.35% families use hygienic latrine 19.65% unhygienic latrine, and 78% families used to defection on the open air. Besides, latrine without Water Seal and no wash of two hands after defection and before meal. is very common. About 98% people use arsenic mixed water for drinking. These cause several diseases e.g. Diarrhoea (72%) Skin Disease (65%), Typhoid (25%) and Pneumonia (55%). Where
How will this project solve this problem?
Operate sanitation and hygiene training i.e 150 women will learn how to prepare sanitary latrine and its usage, the necessity of hand wash, preparation of oral saline, etc. Set-up of 05 dustbins and drainage system, 01 Deep Tube-well with Water-tank
Potential Long Term Impact
The project will educate 150 women allowing them to increase their knowledge on family sanitation and hygiene that ultimately contribute to their families’ health and well-being.
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.