Deputy Minister of Water Resources and Sanitation, Patrick Boamah, has revealed that government has secured a grant of $42 million to provide water to about 150,000 homes and also build 20,000 hous

Dar es Salaam — Football is the number one spectator sport in Tanzania, with almost every street in metropolises boasting a team of its own!

PATNA: The state capital has only 132 public toilets for over 20 lakh population, causing inconvenience to the denizens, said Vishal Anand, the deputy commissioner of Patna Municipal Corporation (P

Order of the Delhi High Court in the matter of Gokulesh Prasad Vs State of NCT Delhi & Others dated 17/04/2018 regarding construction of public toilet completes in Delhi. Delhi High Court directs the municipal corporations to submit a status report regarding the decision taken with regard to the construction of the public toilets and also directed the municipal corporations to seek help if required from New Delhi Municipal Council in this matter.

The United Nation Children's Fund (UNICEF) said it has facilitated N70 million loan to 3,000 households to construct improved toilets in four states of the country through some Micro Finance Instit

Dodoma — The government needs over Sh646billion to build 276,198 toilets in primary and secondary schools in order to improve sanitation, the Parliament heard on Wednesday April 4th.

Since 2011, cohorts of schoolchildren in regions bordering Lake Victoria in Kenya and Tanzania have been investigated for morbidity caused by Schistosoma mansoni infection. Despite being neighbouring countries with similar lifestyles and ecological environments, Tanzanian schoolchildren had lower S. mansoni prevalence and intensity and they were taller and heavier, fewer were wasted and anaemic, and more were physical fit compared to their Kenyan peers.

Vijayawada: Only 5.9 lakh houses in the state are left without toilets covering almost 92 pc households with toilets, as on March 15, said Union minister of state for drinking water and sanitation

Federal Ministry of Water Resources has disclosed that Nigeria has the highest number of persons, who practice open defecation with an estimate of over 46 million.

The Government of India’s NFHS–4 offers the best new data on open defecation in rural India to be eleased in over a decade. Although open defecation has become less common than it was 10 years ago, it is still highly prevalent, with more than half of rural households reporting open defecation. On average, change has been slow, even during the period of the Swachh Bharat Mission.

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