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Category: Sanitation
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Joe Madiath | Toilet training and hygiene lessons for Orissa’s rural poor 9.9.2007 Mint: Social Activists
Gram Vikas has built 27,000 toilets in 361 poor and tribal villages. This year’s target is another 10,000
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Rural water supply: The Hebballi experience 7.8.2007 India Together
The village of Hebballi in the Krishna river basin is a striking example of a successful and sustainable piped water supply in rural India. While challenges still remain, this experience shows that some steps towards equity and sustainability can be taken in other places too. S Vishwanath reports.
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Rural water supply: The Hebballi experience 5.8.2007 India Together - Environment

The village of Hebballi in the Krishna river basin is a striking example of a successful and sustainable piped water supply in rural India. While challenges still remain, this experience shows that some steps towards equity and sustainability can be taken in many other places too. S Vishwanath reports.
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Power of the People 1.4.2007 The Navhind Times
Power of the People
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Man who aims to quench Third World’s thirst 22.3.2007 Mint: Ideators
The winner of the 2006 Stockholm World Water Prize has advised govts in 18 countries on management of water
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Water meters help consumers as well as suppliers 22.11.2006 India Together
With a properly metered water bill, consumers have a much better chance of being heard than otherwise. Yes, there are justified concerns abouts rights and equity when we talk of water, but metering is not anti-poor. In fact, used well, it can address their demands powerfully, says S Vishwanath.
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Advertising mirages to mask reality 30.6.2005 India Together - Environment

An environment magazine recently carried a Gujarat government-funded NGO's advertisement portraying vast tracts of Saurashtra and Kachchh supplied with drinking water through pipelines forking off of the Sardar Sarovar Canal. Reports in the print media were telling quite a different story. Himanshu Upadhyaya digs deeper.
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Slow progress towards sanitation 1.12.2004 India Together - Environment

At an international forum earlier this month, government claims of progress on providing water and sanitation were challenged by a number of NGOs. Darryl D'Monte reports.
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Vital reform agenda for Indian education 1.12.2004 India Together - Education

To mark its fifth anniversary, EducationWorld asked several educationists and industry leaders with proven commitment to improving the education system to write prescriptions for a renaissance of Indian education. Dilip Thakore threads the responses together.
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One village, one computer 1.6.2004 India Together - Women

Is information technology any use to poor and uneducated populations? 1V1C has trained villagers not only to use computers, but to put them to productive use in solving local problems. Surekha Sule reports.
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Piloting water 1.2.2004 India Together - Environment

Maharashtra is the first state in India to adopt a reform policy in the water supply and sanitation sector. In Nanded, the first signs of this paradigm shift - from centralised decision-making to allowing village bodies to manage their water - are now evident. Meena Menon reports.
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Pakistan eyeing collaborating with Delhi, Kabul over water management 1.1.1970 Sify News
At a time when tensions between India and Pakistan are at an all time high, Islamabad is planning to hold joint mechanism with India and Afghanistan for joint watershed management and
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Embarrassment for Trump, Mar-a-Lago kitchen slapped with health violations 1.1.1970 Sify News
[U.S.], Apr. 14 (ANI): In a development posing as a major embarrassment for U.S. President Donald Trump, his posh resort in Palm Beach, Florida, was slapped with 13 health violations at its last
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EU experts advise reinforced checks on Brazilian meat 1.1.1970 Sify News
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU veterinary experts recommended reinforced checks on imports of meat from Brazil on Friday after an investigation began there into bribery of food inspectors.
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EU asks Brazil to suspend meat shipments amid scandal - sources 1.1.1970 Sify News
By Anthony Boadle
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Sheikh Hasina says global community must help to relocate Myanmar refugees 1.1.1970 Sify News
[Germany], Feb. 19 (ANI): Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has sought the support of the international community for relocating Myanmar refugees to more spacious healthy areas in the country.
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Afghanistan: UN-backed $550 million aid plan aims to reach 5.7 million people 1.1.1970 Sify News
[United States], Jan. 24 (ANI): A newly-launched United Nations-backed humanitarian response plan for Afghanistan is seeking $550 million in 2017 to support the most vulnerable and marginalized
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Kidnapped Red Cross staffer released in Kunduz 1.1.1970 Sify News
[Afghanistan], Jan. 16 (ANI): An International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) staff member who was abducted last year in Kunduz province, has been released.
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2016 showed up the dangers of air pollution 1.1.1970 Sify News
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Aamir Khan travels to Bhutan to advocate against malnutrition 1.1.1970 Sify News
Actor Aamir Khan, who is a Unicef Regional Goodwill Ambassador, took time out from his schedule to meet children affected by malnutrition here and to witness how the organisation is working to address stunting across the country.
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