World toilet day

World toilet day

World Toilet Day: which is celebrated every year on 19 November, according to the United Nations, an estimated 2.5 billion population of the world does not have adequate sanitation, and one billion global population is converged in the open with half of them. More people live in India, with the result of diseases, the environment would get contaminated, so the government is running a clean India campaign to overcome this problem. Land but to Suc open, according to a survey is a way of indicating Accordingly, public Suchalyoँ regular Asked about half logos and says as many people to defecate in the open it convenient measure of the attitude. In such a situation, there seems to be a change in thinking for a clean India.



One out of every three women in the world does not have access to safe toilets. The reason for trust for open defecation is to have a bad effect on the privacy and respect of women and girls and there is a possibility of incidents of violence and rape against them.

Sustainable development goals
The goal of providing pure drinking water and sanitation facilities to everyone has also been set in the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals. But due to poor infrastructure, contaminated water supply and filth, one thousand children die every day. [1]

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According to the 2011 Census of India, 67 percent of the households in the villages and 13 percent of the households in the cities defecate in the open. According to the non-governmental organization Research Institute of Compassionate Economics, 40 percent of the households in the country that have toilets, yet one member from each of them regularly goes to open defecation.

As of 2011 censusNumber of houses and toilets built during 2001-11

5.47 crore houses across the country5.39 Crore toilet facility housesNote: This includes public toilets, pre-existing constructions along with school toilets.


24.66 crore households across the country according to the 2011 census only

Homes with 12.38 crore toilet facilities only as per 2011 census
12.28 crore households do not have toilets only as per 2011 census
Jagran Pahal
In order to curb the trend of open defecation and change it and to spread awareness about cleanliness, the initiative of Dainik Jagran's social concern, in collaboration with RB India, is running projects in two hundred villages of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar in this campaign. With the help of 500 Panchayati Raj Institutions community leaders, 500 Asha, Anganwadi workers, they directly connected with two lakh women of these villages and made them clean K is being inspired. In 100 villages in Bhagalpur district of Bihar and in 100 villages of Varanasi, Kannoj and Etawah in Uttar Pradesh, the achievements of the people who are the bearers of monitoring and change are being underlined at every stage.


According to the declaration of the United Nations, World Toilet Day is celebrated on 19 November every year. According to the world, nearly two and a half billion population of the world is still not able to defecate properly and are forced to live in filth. If we consider another figure of the world, almost one billion global population in the whole world is cursed to defecate in the open. It is surprising that in this one billion population, the number of Indian people is more than half. Learn more about the special features of World Toilet Day. Mahatma Gandhi, the father of our country, gave more importance to cleanliness than independence. He said, every person should take care of their own cleanliness. Which one day our country itself will become clean. With the changing times, awareness of the need and importance of toilets has also increased.

In fact, in the last four to five years, the awareness campaign launched by the government on the importance of the utility of toilets has changed the condition of toilets in remote areas of India.
    
World Toilet Day was started in 2001 by the World Toilet Organization. But awareness in this organization started coming after about 12 years. That is, in 2013, people started working fast on this organization. As far as India is concerned, since the year 2014, the efforts of the Central Government spread awareness in India rapidly.
Let us tell you that along with the independence movement, Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation, had conducted many social awareness campaigns and among them he stressed on cleanliness. The importance of cleanliness to the toilet was also emphasized in it. At this time Prime Minister Modi of the country is also always aware about cleanliness. The Prime Minister is often seen in 'Mann Ki Baat' talking about cleanliness. Let cleanliness-free India is the most important program of Prime Minister Modi. According to a report, the number of open defecators in our country is about 89.2 crore. However, to deal with this at the earliest, our government has launched Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. Which seems to be of some benefit. So far more than 9 crore toilets have been built in rural areas. The government is trying to construct toilets in more rural areas in the year 2019. According to a report, the number of open defecators in our country is about 89.2 million. However, to deal with this at the earliest, our government has launched Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. Which seems to be of some benefit. So far more than 9 crore toilets have been built in rural areas. The government is trying to construct toilets in more rural areas in the year 2019.
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