World Water Day 2021: NDTV speaks to experts to understand the relationship between faecal waste and water pollution and how India can resolve the two crises
While NITI Ayog and players in the health and sanitation industry were happy, the tourism industry was disappointed.
Budget 2021: Experts Expect Increased Fund Allocation For Swachh Bharat Abhiyan With Its Focus On Solid Waste Management
As India waits for Budget 2021, industry experts and environmentalistS hope for a green budget with more fund allocation this time to government flagship programme – the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan focussing majorly on solid and faecal sludge management
Budget 2021: Swachh Bharat Mission 2.0 Will Focus On Faecal Sludge Management, Says Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman
New Delhi: With one of the pillars of the budget focusing on health and well-being, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today (February 1) highlighted the importance of having access to clean water and sanitation along with a cleaner environment.
Safe sanitation is imperative to ensure that we meet the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs), particularly SDG 6, which aims at ensuring availability and sustainable management of sanitation for all.
In India a significant amount of sewage goes untreated and flows back into the ecosystem. This can potentially lead to the spread of disease-causing pathogens that are harmful for the environment and public health.
In urban India over 50% of the sanitation workforce comprises women. These women work endlessly to ensure our cities run smoothly despite countless odds.
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He is also a member of National Faecal Sludge and SeptageManagement Alliance (NFSSM Alliance), which was instrumental in passing…
The National Faecal Sludge and Septage Management (NFSSM) Alliance is also championing