Women gathered at a training session Assist with SHRI's COVID-19 Response Efforts

Sanitation and Health Rights in India

Org #33394
Vetted since 2017
2014
year founded
$52,333
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Over 600 million Indians defecate in the open every day because they have no toilet. This practice cripples health, economic, and social outcomes. Open defecation (OD) causes the spread of infectious diseases that kill an estimated 300,000 children under five every year. The economic costs of OD total nearly $54 billion lost each year in India, with rural households bearing the highest per capita loss. Furthermore, women and girls who lack convenient access to toilets often miss school and work while they are menstruating. SHRI ends open defecation in India by constructing community toilet facilities that are free to use. They include eight toilets for women, eight for men, hand-washing sta... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Joan DeGennaro
Joan DeGennaro
Anoop Jain
Anoop Jain
Archana Agarwal
Archana Agarwal
Team
Chandan Kumar, Prabin Ghimire
Organization Information
48 Fairway Oaks Drive
New Orleans, LA 70131
United States
5043438441
Organization Information
48 Fairway Oaks Drive
New Orleans, LA 70131
United States
5043438441

Project Reports

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Aug 20, 2021
SHRI's Ongoing COVID-19 Response
Dear Friends and Family,  I hope that this note finds you all doing well and keeping safe. The COVID-19 situation in India has improved since I last emailed you all. Nevertheless, there are still...
Jun 16, 2021
SHRI COVID-19 Response
Dear Friends and Family, I hope that this note finds you all doing well. I wanted to write to you all with a quick update on the progress SHRI has made in responding to COVID-19. Thanks to...
Apr 19, 2021
SHRI Project Report Spring 2021
Dear Friends and Family,  I hope that this note finds you all keeping well. It is hard to believe that the pandemic is over a year old now. While India had made progress towards flattening...
 
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