We run programs to educate people of water hygiene & sanitation to protect them from acute diseases.
Diseases associated with water, sanitation, and hygiene for wellness are among the world’s most destructive public health quandaries. Poor hygiene practices, such as not washing hands with cleanser or unhygienic water storage, are a significant patron to poor health and spread of infection and illness.
Bettering hygiene practices needs people to change the way they function. Conventional approaches focus on using the terror of disease and poor health, but frequently it is believed that revulsion of faces and a focus on contemporary toilets are more powerful factors.
Diarrhoea kills more young people each year than fused Malaria, Measles, Cholera, HIV/AIDS, etc.
There are still millions of people within developing countries including India that lack access to an enriched water source. This means that every day, numbers of people often risk their health with inferior quality water, paying over the edges, and having to carry water over long miles.
Safe disposal and handling of human waste is probably the most pressing development issue in poor countries, particularly rural areas, but advancing this sanitation situation is a complicated challenge. Improving sanitation wants the involvement of whole inhabitants, but is dependent on personal decisions to invest time and money into keeping neighbourhoods clean.
NTSPL Foundation has been working to promote awareness and action towards Water Sanitation and Hygiene for Health in agricultural areas. The initiative involves workshops in community groups, schools, shops and other business enterprises, households, women groups, etc.