Environment
Sanitation

New York, Nov 21(Just Earth News): Even in wealthier countries, where people have access to toilets and faecal material is contained, treatment and final disposal of wastewater can be far from perfect, leading to polluted rivers and coastlines, United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed told a World Toilet Day event on On Monday.

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Infosys undertakes sanitation drive: completes construction of 365 toilets in Odisha

Bhubaneswar, Mar 21 (IBNS) Infosys Foundation in association with Akanksha, the CSR arm of Infosys Bhubaneswar, announced the successful completion of construction of 365 toilets in 110 scho ...

UN urges making sanitation for all a global reality

New York, Nov 20 (JEN): With its first official observance of World Toilet Day, the United Nations Tuesday called on the international community to help break taboos around toilets, which ar ...

UN urges development agenda to address access to sanitation

New York, Oct 31 (JEN): Member States must ensure that the post-2015 development agenda addresses inequalities that prevent millions of people from getting access to basic services, various ...

UNICEF holds social media camp on sanitation

Mandu, Madhya Pradesh, Sept 12 (JEN) UNICEF hosted a two- day social media camp at Mandu from Sept 10 to 11, wherein around 30 bloggers, twitters, online Hindi web agencies and active Facebo ...