Ecological toilets for 100 rural families for Musiri village at bank of River Cauvery, Southern India to improve health, reduce environmental pollution & generate fertilizers for agriculture
Currently villagers practice open defecation, polluting river and soil as well as risking their family health. Project involves constructing household toilets though community participation, 18% contribution from family, 21% from local government, 61% from donor for each family toilet
Project involves building ecological house hold toilets using urine diversion technology, separating urine from feces at the source. Feces is composted and treated to make fertilizers.
The project is a life long investment in the health of the family. On average, the project will impact 500 family members
Sanitation is the number one preventive medicine - Jack Sim, Founder, World Toilet Organization
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