We present stories of those who are driving change holistically in the space of sanitation with innovation & perseverance and making ‘Sanitation For All’ a reality in India. This goal requires multidimensional and systemic solutions to ensure that the “sanitation value chain” is effectively addressed.
Last-mile obstacles stand in the way of improving sanitation in rural India. But this engineer is making it possible to have clean drinking water and community toilets anywhere in the country.
‘Cleanliness’ is not the word that comes to mind when you think of a Community Toilet. But watch how this duo created a self-sustainable model that provides clean toilets and cleaner drinking water to the rural areas of Jharkhand and Bihar!
Sanitation in urban India comes with its unique set of challenges. Vandalism and neglect lead to unusable public toilets and filthy localities. Watch how Mayank and Megha Midha tackle these through innovative solutions!
Did you know that it’s almost impossible to build traditional water toilets in many parts of India? So this man came up with these waterless toilets and set up a model ODF village. Here’s how.
Over the last 40 years, this man has reformed the face of sanitation in the Nilgiris. These villages were once filthy due to open defecation. Now, they upcycle human refuse into co-compost for their lush plantations. Watch how he made this possible.
Everyone has the right to dignified sanitation. But women in Indian cities struggle to find clean public toilets. To cater to their needs, Ulka Sadalkar and Rajeev Kher convert old buses into swanky restrooms, complete with diaper changing stations and nursing areas. Here’s a sneak peek!
Meet the heroes who are creating a scalable sanitation infrastructure in India to fight the practice of open defecation and use of unsafe sanitation facilities.
Many brilliant minds in India are solving the sanitation challenge with breakthrough innovations that are practical, cost-effective and replicable.
Meet the changemakers who are driving behavioral change by creating awareness about the importance of adequate, equitable, and safely managed sanitation for all.