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Sunday, 19 November 2017

Monday, 13 November 2017

Water of Life: India’s step towards eradicating water-borne diseases



With rapid urbanization of India, as well as a steadily increasing population, there is a tremendous pressure on the Indian government to provide safe drinking water and sanitary services to more than 266 million who are living in towns and cities. The health conditions that are associated with lack of safe drinking water and sanitation are reflected in high rates of stunting, malnutrition, and death from water-borne diseases. Most of the water-borne diseases are caused by poor sanitation practices, as nearly half of India’s 1.2 billion people have no toilet at home and 44% of the mothers disposing their children’s feces in the open. According to The World Bank, 21% of the India’s communicable diseases are water-borne, and children under the age of 5 are particularly vulnerable.
The WASH campaign by the UNICEF is one of the key steps through which interdependent issues of water, sanitation and hygiene were addressed. Additionally, Swacch Bharat Mission (Clean India Campaign) was initiated by the USAID and India jointly on January 13th, 2015 where USAID signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Urban Development to contribute to realization of India’s vision of availability of clean water and sanitation for all. The plan includes:
1. developing monitoring and evaluation framework to support program implementation
2. facilitate capacity building
3. develop communication strategies between different government and private institutions


Additionally, urban WASH Alliance is being set up that will allow a platform for India’s public and private sectors to implement and scale innovative water and sanitation projects and campaigns in India’s major cities in Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, and Hyderabad. In the Delhi area, USAID and Government of Delhi are working in underserved areas to provide water and sanitation infrastructures. The aim is to reach more than 40,000 households in approximately 60 slums, with setup of 4,000 individual toilets and safe drinking water for 10,000 households.

Our organization, Heeals, has been at the forefront of implementing hygiene programs in underserved communities. It works with schools and underserved communities to bring about changes in attitude and knowledge towards these issues, that are often a matter of taboo especially among the females. Further Heeals helps to bring resources such as soaps, building safe places for defecation, and working with local authorities in bring clean water in these communities.

-Payel
Volunteer





  

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Stop Opendefecation ,Swacch Bharat Mission India Campaign By HEEALS



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Swachh Bharat Swasth Bharat Celebrated In Schools


 
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On the occasion of 2nd October Gandhi Jayanti HEEALS Celebrated Swachh Bharat Swasth Bharat Mission


HEEALS Celebrated Swachh Bharat Swasth Bharat 





Happy Gandhi Jayanti & Swacch Bharat Mission


Thursday, 28 September 2017

Stay alert don't get hurt!


The most effective way to avoid chikungunya virus infection is to prevent mosquito bites. The mosquitoes that spread the chikungunya virus bite during the day and at night.



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Tuesday, 26 September 2017

To Stop Dalits From Drinking Water, Endosulfan Added To The Well By Upper Caste

An upper caste person allegedly tried to kill Dalits who drew water from the village well by pouring endosulfan in it, reported The Times of India. This incident took place in Channur village of North Karnataka and it is situated about 640 kilometres away from the state capital, Bengaluru.

The well is about 200 metres away from the village and it is the only source of drinking water for Dalit families residing in the village. There are seven other wells in the village as well, which is exclusively used by the upper castes in the village
The land was leased by an upper caste person four years ago. Since then, Gollalappagouda Kallappagouda Kukanur, has not allowed Dalits to draw water from the well. A pump has been fit to the well which supplies water to the Dalit colony in the village. Due to a power cut in the village, Mahantappa, a Dalit, went to draw water from the well as there was no water in the Dalit colony for two days. He could smell something different in the water and immediately informed the residents not to drink it.
Ever since the land was leased, Kukanur has tried every other trick in the book to stop Dalits from drawing water from the only well the Dalits used. Tired of being ill-treated by the upper caste community members, the Dalit members finally informed the police of the incident.
According to Kalaburagi Rural DSP, S S Hullur, upon testing the water, it was found to be contaminated with endosulfan. Police deployed people to clean up the well twice in three days. Jewargi Tehsildar Ellappa Subedar made alternative arrangements to supply drinking water through tankers. Despite the crisis, upper caste people didn’t allow the Dalits to use other wells in the village.
Mallana Kodachi, a Dalit leader said that untouchability is still practised in the village and Dalits are regularly harassed.
A case of attempted murder has been filed against Gollalappagouda and he has been booked under section 3 of the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act after a complaint was registered at Jewargi police station.
Statements of the Dalits residing in the village also reflected that he has been threatening them before going to jail. Villagers also alleged that he would throw dead cats, dogs and snakes in the well to prevent Dalits from drawing water; but they would clean the well and use the water.
This is the second incident where upper caste villagers have poured toxic substances into the well used by Dalits. In an unfortunate incident, the upper caste villagers in Madhya Pradesh’s Mana poured kerosene into a well used by the Dalits, said a report by the Deccan Chronicle.Dalits face rampant discrimination at different levels in the country. The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) reports a 44% increase in violence against Dalits, up from 32,712 in 2010 to 47,064 crimes in 2014. These incidents are directed towards reminding Dalits about their status in the caste-based social structure, and ensuring that they remain there.
Where on the one hand we want to prove to ourselves and the world that we live in is progressive in thought, our actions betray this idea. We request the authorities to take strict action against the guilty and hope that the victim’s family finds justice.
source:logical indian,TOI

Thursday, 7 September 2017

WASH Awareness In Schools


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Water Sanitation Hygiene Workshop In Schools Of Uttar Pradesh By HEEALS

Water Sanitation Hygiene Awareness Workshop Was Organised In Schools . 









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Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Internship Completed !


Interns Completed Their

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Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Amwan Supports #HEEALS WASH & Menstrual Hygiene Project


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Thursday, 6 July 2017

Maxime Supports #HEEALS Internship Engagement Program.

Maxime Supports #HEEALS Internship Engagement Program.




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