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  • TOWARDS CLEANER INDIA: PROVIDING CLEAN DRINKING WATER AND PROPER SANITATION FACILITY TO ALL  PRESENTED BY:  PRIYANKA SHARMA  SNEH CHOUHAN  KHUSHBOO GARG  VIBHA PAHUJA  NISHA VERMA  (PPIMT HISAR)
  • OVERVIEW  Water and sanitation is one of the primary drivers of public health  In India, 128 million people lack access to safe drinking water and more than 840 million do not have hygienic sanitaion facilities.
  • continued 1.8 million people die every year because of lacking proper drinking water and sanitation facilities,90% are children under 5
  • DISEASES CAUSED  DIARRHOEA  MALARIA  SCHISTOSOMIOSIS  INTESTINAL HELMINTHS  HEPATITIS A  FLUOROSIS  CHOLERA
  • ACCESS  IMPROVED WATER SUPPLY rural 84% urban 96%  Improved sanitation rural 21% urban 54%  Annual investment in water supply and sanitation US $ 5/CAPITA
  • BASIC SANITATION-IMPROVED SANITATION  40% people have no access to hygienic mean of personal sanitation.  Facilities that ensure hygienic sanitation are:  Flush or pour flush toilet to a sewer system  Ventilated improved pit toilet  Pit toilet with slab  Composting toilet
  • SAFE DRINKING WATER  The govt. launched NATIONAL RURAL DRINKING WATER QUALITY MONITORING AND SURVELLIENCE PROGRAMME IN 2006  States have been directed to earmark 20% of ACCELERATED RURAL WATER SULPPLY PROGRAMME
  • WHAT CAN WE DO  USE WATER WISELY AT HOME AND WORK  AVOIDING DUMPING WASTE IN OPEN  CREATE AN AWARENESS OF THE NEED FOR WATER CONSERVATION AND PROPER SANITATION
  • VARIOUS AGENCIES THE CENTRAL WATER COMMISSION NATIONAL RIVER CONSERVATION DIRECTORATE RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL DRINKING WATER MISSION MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT LIFE INSURANCE CORPORATION CENTRAL BUREAU OF HEALTH INTELLIGENCE
  • THE GLOBAL RESPONSE MILLENIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDG)  To face the crisis, the UN formulated MDG, dedicated to reduce poverty and ensure sustainable development. Goal number 7, target 10 is the following one: "Halve, by 2015, the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe water and basic sanitation." The year of reference for this goal is 1990. In order to meet the water supply and sanitation target, an additional 260 000 people per day up to 2015 should gain access to improved water sources and an additional 370 000 people should gain access to improved sanitation
  • SALIENT QUOTE “We shall not finally defeat AIDS ,tuberculosis ,malaria or other infectious diseases that plague the developing world until we have also won the battle for safe drinking water, proper sanitation and basic health care.”- KOFI ANNAN UN SECRETARY GENERAL