MISSION "Jaha Shochalaya, Waha Swachhta !"By "MISSION- Jaha Shochalaya, Waha Swachhta" our motto is to keep clean every toilet in India. Through this mission, every toilet will be cleaned, and it will protect your family from the spread of disease. Cleanliness always keeps everyone's life healthy and happy. We assure you, we will make India clean and healthy with your support.
Under the Swachh Bharat Mission, the Government of India has constructed approximately 11 million toilets. This is a very important achievement for cleanliness. Those who used to defecate in the open will now do it in the toilet. Therefore, the extent of the spread of diseases will be controlled by open defecation and the most important village and the area will be kept clean.
After getting a toilet, it is equally important to clean it after use. As the disease spreads through open defecation, the disease also can be caused by not keeping the toilet clean. One step ahead, we have taken the initiative Mission " Jaha Shochalaya, Waha Swachhta ".
DID YOU KNOW ABOUT FACTS?
In India alone, about 550 million people defecate in the open, which accounts for more than half of the people in the world who practice open defecation.
.Every day, almost 400 children under five in India die from diarrhea linked to poor sanitation and hygiene. India has the highest number of diarrhea-related deaths among children under five worldwide
You spend 3 years of your life in your toilet.
One estimate suggests that 72% of Indians do not have access to improved sanitation facilities. Poor toilet hygiene brings a long list of potential health risks. Relieving oneself in unsanitary conditions can lead to infections and diseases, especially diarrhoea.
Open defaecation (the practice whereby people go out in fields, bushes, forests, open bodies of water, or other open spaces rather than using the toilet to defaecate) is a leading cause of diarrhoeal death, says the WHO. The diarrhoea death toll stands at around 6,000 a day, mostly young children.
Without improved sanitation facilities and awareness, the risks of infections or other illnesses from faecal sludge or wastewater are extremely high. Just 1 gram of faeces can contain 10 million viruses, 1 million bacteria, 1,000 parasite cysts, and 100 parasite eggs.