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8 responses to “Other WASH Blogs

  1. sir,
    I would request to send a email of Indian law where in sitting outside in open for toilet is an offence and a punishable act.
    thanking you,
    your’s faithfully,
    sunil a kage,
    Asst Engineer,
    Military Engineers Service

  2. Sad news to hear about the death of “Mr Toilet” – he did some great work to highlight the importance of sanitation.

  3. I am really interested in the biogas project

  4. Frederic C. Tomas

    Sir,
    Can u help me design a project in my area of responsibility as a sanitation inspector in Baggao, Cagayan, Philippines?
    tnx

  5. the sanitation system should reach the villagers of south india.

  6. If a chance is given I will be the First Person to do Survey in villages of KARNATAKA STATE [ONLY RURAL].

  7. Nripendra Kumar Sarma, Guwahati, Assam (India )

    Dear Friends,
    Thanks to Mr Swaminathan for his interest and also for the proposal. I am just thinking …….
    (a) if I meet such a person in my state, coming forward on self motivated and down to earth basis for raising awareness on sanitation in rural area (without any financial help, but only with moral support from Govt.), then I would have tried most probably to form a coalition to work for improvement of the sanitation scenario.
    (b) if I meet an organisation in my state, coming forward on entreprenueral basis for working on rural development, then I would have tried to rope them in for ensuring total environmental sanitation in rural areas. Recently, I visited one village to see and also to feel the activities of an Organisation, who has motivated the people of of few villages for not using of polythene bags etc. Consequently, the people of that area has imposed a ban (as a first step) on use of plastic carry bags in their village based market area. During my visit, I tried to disseminate the message on importance of Total Environmental Sanitation and also tried to fix few prioritised activities for the organisation in immediate future. I was reallly satisfied to get the whole hearted nod from the Organisation in that regard. After return from there, I have been informed that the organisation has started working on the prioritised activities as were fixed during my visit. Now I am looking for my next visit to that area to see ……..
    (c) if I have ever met one Corporate Sector coming forward for their social resposibilities, then I would have placed the list of the prioritiesd activies before them to be implemented with the real invilvement of the community.
    (d) if I meet a Political Leader with a little interest to know prioritised activities in rural areas, then I would have tried to enlist the same with sustained focus on their importance.
    Thanks.
    With Regards.
    Nripendra Kumar Sarma
    Guwahati, Assam, India

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