#WomensDay Special | Mumbai women claim public spaces with ‘Right To Pee’ campaign

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#WomensDay Special | Sanjana Singh grabbed the limelight in 2015 when she campaigned extensively across villages of Madhya Pradesh to eradicate open defecation. A year later however, the campaign has mellowed down due to lack of funds and communication from the government bodies to Sanjana and her team

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#WomensDay Special | The Swachh India movement might well be the biggest women's movement at the moment. As village after village, district after district, become #OpenDefecationFree, let’s fully grasp the true importance of a #SwachhIndia and what it means for millions of women across the country

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#WomensDay Special | Jodie Underhill and her Waste Warriors have been instrumental in clearing garbage from some of Uttarakhand's best known tourist spots and are working hard towards a clean and garbage free India

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#WomensDay Special | 23% of girls drop out of school when they start menstruating in India. Most of them have no access to sanitary pads or even toilets in school. Two women, Soumya Dabriwal and Nitisha Sethia decided to tackle this problem head on with Project Baala. The main aim of the campaign is to educate women about menstrual hygiene and distribute eco-friendly sanitary napkins

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#WomensDay Special | 8,582 villages in Chhattisgarh have been declared #OpenDefecationFree. One such village is Sana and the secret behind the success story of Sana is its Sarpanch, Kajal Roy.

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#WomensDay Special | Bengaluru's 19,000 strong female sanitation workforce will go on strike on International Women's Day to demand fair wages and better work conditions

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Bengaluru's Sanitation Workers To Fight For Their Rights This Women’s Day

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#WomensDay Special | Almost half a billion Indians defecate in the open, out of which about 300 million are women and girls who have no access to the most basic thing – a toilet. Sushila Khurkute, who is 7 months pregnant decided to take matters into her own hands and change this grim reality

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#WomensDay Special | Temsutula Imsong's personal dedication and social media savvy helped create momentum to clean-up six of Varanasi's filthiest ghats
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#WomenForSwachhIndia: Meet The Woman Who Cleaned Varanasi's Filthy Ghats

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#WomensDay Special | 30-year-old Santara Devi has access to 2 mobile toilets and 1 community toilet both of which are 40-steps away from her, but she still prefers to walk further and defecate in the open. This is her story

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#WomensDay Special | 30-year-old Santara Devi has access to 2 mobile toilets and 1 community toilet both of which are 40-steps away from her, but she still prefers to walk further and defecate in the open. This is her story
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#WomensDay Special | From driving out waste, cutting down on river pollution to building toilets, these five women contributed their bit to the #SwachhBharatAbhiyan.
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5 Women And Their Fight For Sanitation

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#WomensDay Special | 30-year-old Santara Devi has access to 2 mobile toilets and 1 community toilet both of which are 40-steps away from her, but she still prefers to walk further and defecate in the open. This is her story [ Swachhindia.ndtv.com Link ]

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#WomensDay Special | Sanitary Pads With A Difference: A project that is transforming lives by giving women in villages and slums access to sanitary pads – with an environmental twist. #SwachhWarriors #SwachhIndia

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#WomensDay Special | A number of women in India are taking innovative steps, such as using pocket money or mortgaging jewellery to build toilets and put forward the message of necessity of proper sanitation conditions for women
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#WomenForSwachhIndia: 5 Women And Their Fight For Sanitation

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#WomensDay Special | Even a bustling metropolis like Mumbai is sorely lacking in public toilets for women, bringing the women in the city together to launch the ‘Right To Pee’ campaign #SwachhWarriors #WomenForSwachhIndia

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#WomensDay Special | 5 women who inspired us with their innovative fight for a #SwachhIndia

From driving out waste, cutting down on river pollution to fighting for the right to use a toilet, these five women are leading the way in the fight for a Clean India #WomenForSwachhIndia

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#WomensDay Special | Meet Manisha Bhandare, Pune’s female truck driver who goes house to house collecting waste for the city’s first rag-picking cooperative.

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#SwachhWarriors | Sanjana Singh grabbed the limelight in 2015 when she campaigned extensively across villages of Madhya Pradesh to eradicate open defecation. A year later, however, the campaign has mellowed down due to lack of funds and communication from the government bodies to Sanjana and her team

Is The Transgender-Led Swachh India Fight In Madhya Pradesh Failing?

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