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Create awareness about the water borne diseases and use of improved sanitation in the rural areas of Sindh, Pakistan

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Due to using of un clean water in the rural areas the various water borne diseases are spreading day by day and the mortality rate among children is high. The open defecation in rural areas is in practice since long, the hygiene education is not in the practice. Hence the health condition  of peoples is  decreasing day by day. The income of families are also affecting by the poor health conditions. The awareness programme will help the poor peoples to improve their health conditions and support in their economic development process.

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Private sector responds to market for low-cost pit toilets in Bangladesh

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The Indian Government and UNICEF copied the approach in India, financing local groups such as women’s groups to set up production centres and village entrepreneurs to open sanitation markets and shops. The entrepreneurs get training and a starting-up credit which they have to pay back. The first Rural Sanitary Marts (RSM) were set up in Allahabad in early 1990.

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Water sources cleaning and disinfection in the flood affected areas of Pakistan

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The project was launched in two flood affected districts in Pakistan. The flood has destroyed/contaminated the available water source, the communities were finding it almost impossible to have access to ample water for their daily use and drinking water in particular. The IRSP in collaboration with SDC launched a project to clean and disinfect the household water sources and train them how to keep the sources safe.

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