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Toilets for all Indians


  Jawaharlal Nehru once said that India would be a developed nation when every household will have toilet and proper sanitation facilities. But, are we heading towards such a developed nation while more than half of the population has no household toilets. People in cities think this is another bad consequences of development. But, China is a developed country but it has toilets in every household. In fact, Bangladesh which is not developed as India also has lower percentage of open defecation as compared to India. So, It is not fair to state the condition as a consequence of a developing nation.
      Each village must have public toilets for proper sanitation facilitation. But, in spite of having public toilets, people prefer open defecation and feel that it is harmless. Open defecation is very harmful to human health as it may cause spread of some deadly germs and bacteria. In case of children, open defecation stuns their physical and mental growth. Hence, such children do not grow to the full potential.
Recently, in a village in Maharashtra, a women sold her jewelry to build a toilet at her home. Such is the importance of sanitation in human lives. And household toilets help maintain women dignity and privacy. Women cannot go to public toilets such freely so household toilets are the only alternative to maintain sanitation and women health. In Karnataka, many school girls are not sent to government schools which do not have separate toilet for girls. Parents fear for the girls privacy as many schools do not have separate toilet facilities for girls. This affects the education of the girls in Karnataka.           Many such states like Uttar Pradesh has also literacy due to some reasons pertaining to toilets and improper sanitation.In a survey conducted it was observed that women gave priority for household toilets as it safeguarded their privacy and dignity. This should be started as a public social movement as this goal of public sanitation cannot be achieved solely by programs of government. The public should start building toilets in their homes to live a happy and safe life.
      India can be developed only when the condition of sanitation is improved. This will require a collective effort form the public as well as the Government. Such is an initiative taken by Domex to eradicate this problem of open defecation and health issues which has been hindering the growth of the nation.

You can bring about the change in the lives of millions of kids, thereby showing your support for the Domex Initiative. All you need to do is “click” on the “Contribute Tab” on and Domex will contribute Rs.5 on your behalf to eradicate open defecation, thereby helping kids like Babli live a dignified life.


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