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Accelerating ODF Outcomes in 3 Districts of Uttar Pradesh

Posing serious threat on sanitation health and dignity of human beings Open Defecation is a menace.  It is a much intense problem in deve

Bamboo Toilet: An economic and easy step towards ending open defecation
Shashi and several other women from small and marginal landholder farmer families of village Kudwa no longer step out to defecate in open.
Consumer research for rural sanitation for the state of Uttar Pradesh

GEAG, in collaboration with Athena Infonomics, Chennai, was engaged in conducting a Consumer Research in Sanitation for the State of Utta

Promoting and deepening urban climate resilience through decentralized wastewater treatment in Gorakhpur

Due to lack of proper irrigation facilities in the peri-urban areas of Gorakhpur, the small and marginal farmers use wastewater for irrig

Promoting Latrine Use in Rural India

In rural India, 90 percent of households do not own a latrine, and 61 percent of individuals defecate in the open.

Key Resource Centres (KRCs) to support Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin) in Uttar Pradesh

The effective implementation of Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM-Gramin) faces several emerging issues and challenges, such as sustainability o

Decentralized Solid Waste Management through Community Participation
Gorakhpur is a low-lying city in eastern Uttar Pradesh that has a severe solid waste disposal problem. About 300 tons of solid waste is generated every day;
Flush with Dirty Water, Gorakhpur Villages set up Treatment Plant

Using untreated wastewater for irrigation was a common practice by small and marginal farmers in the peri-urban areas of Gorakhpur.

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