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SSWACH

More than 50% of Indian population doesn’t have access to toilets.

The need of the hour is to build “Usable Efficient Toilets” covering the range of schools & villages in urban, rural & tribal regions. Apart from building toilets; the last mile – “Sustainability & maintenance” factors have to be supervised (by creating awareness programs amongst locals).

Therefore Child Help Foundation wishes to support campaigns and organizations working in this domain and appeal people to assist us in making India a “Hygiene focused nation”

TARGET:-
Child Help Foundation targets for Constructing 1000 Toilets in Rural areas, Orphanages and Zilla Parishad schools in different parts of the country (by 2017).

TARGET ACHIEVED:-
6 Toilets constructed in Zilla Parisha School at Rajawali village - Maharashtra
10 Toilets constructed in Zilla Parishad school at Kaman village- Maharashtra
2 Toilets repaired in Koel Saraswati Shishu  Vidya Mandir school in a village at Odisha

TOTAL BENEFICIARIES:-
300 Children from Zilla Parishad school – Rajawali Village
800 Children from Zilla Parishad school – Kaman Village
120 Children from Koel Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir - Odisha

GOAL:-
Maintaining the cleanliness of these toilets is our goal by which the underprivileged class of the society & community would be benefitted.

CHF ensures that the toilets proposed by CHF have some form of management to ensure that they remain clean, hygienic and odor free. For this combined efforts and involvement of school teachers, students and parents have been made mandatory. The maintenance plan compressed of Toilet kit is to be maintained by school administration where they are constructed, CHF sensitises the students and community people on use of toilets and awareness on sanitation and hygiene. Oaths are taken by students to keep the toilets clean.

Prime intention of CHF  is to protect groundwater, surface water and soil from sewage pollution, prevent the accumulation of hazardous pathogenic waste, and solve the problem of disposing sewage sludge to Landfill; thus saving huge quantities of water in a world where water is an increasingly scarce resource.

Sustainability:-
CHF’s regular hygiene education activities through the ongoing health and education programs—will continue even after the completion of toilet construction. 

We consider the program to be a success only if water, sanitation and hygiene services are sustainable beyond the duration of the program. 

The sustainability of the program is possible only thru effective engagement activities between the stakeholders and beneficiaries.

Way Forward:-
The program will be deemed a success from a health and developmental stand point when the following have been achieved:

  • All families in a village have children’s and family latrines that are hygienically managed and the practice of open defecation has been eliminated.
     
  • All participating schools have sanitation facilities and hand washing facilities that are hygienically managed and sustained.
     
  • All villages are open-defecation free
     
  • Diarrhea rates will be measurably reduced at household and community level through improved sanitation and hygiene, thus improving health.

TOILETS CONSTRUCTED BY CHILD HELP FOUNDATION IN ZILLA PARISHAD SCHOOLS

TOILETS AT ZILLA PARISHAD SCHOOLS BEFORE CONSTRUCTION BY CHILD HELP FOUNDATION

 

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