Team Swachh Bharat
01/24/2017 at 06:27. Facebook
Swachh Hero Sonahara Bibi is a self-help group founder who went on to construct 7000 toilets. Stay tuned to watch her story. #SwachhHeroes
Team Swachh Bharat
yesterday at 06:30. Facebook
Kudos to the residents of Kurud whose determined efforts helped their Nagar Panchayat attain the open defecation-free status. #ToiletsForProgress
Team Swachh Bharat
01/21/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
Lavanya, inspired by her teacher’s lecture on hygiene and sanitation, went on a two-day hunger strike to get a toilet built at home. Watch her story to find out how this girl sparked a new wave of change in and around her village.
Team Swachh Bharat
01/20/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
Today’s Swachh Hero is Lavanya. She built a toilet in her home and inspired many other students in her school who went on to build more toilets. Stay tuned to know her story.
Team Swachh Bharat
01/19/2017 at 05:51. Facebook
You can’t just build #ToiletsForProgress, everybody needs to use them and keep using them, that's why social & behaviour change is important for an open defecation-free country. Pratapgarh in Rajasthan is preparing for this with a social & behaviour change communication planning workshop. UNICEF is supporting this type of workshop in India for the first time and plans to do the same across India.
Team Swachh Bharat
01/18/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
The kids of the Churia block in Chhattisgarh decided to teach their villagers the benefits of using toilets. Watch the video to find out how they spread awareness about sanitation among residents of their village. #SwachhHeroes
Team Swachh Bharat
01/17/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
A team of young #SwachhHeroes would wake up at dawn and hide in the bushes to scare villagers who would try to defecate in the open. Stay tuned to know their story.
#DidYouKnow Thomas Crapper was considered “The Father of the Flush” after he invented the Valveless Water-Waste Preventer.
Kudos to Mr. Mukul Molia who helped change sanitation habits in Sivasagar district, Assam. Watch the video to know how this village Sarpanch became an inspiration to his villagers.
Our first Swachh Hero is village Sarpanch - Mukul Molia. He set an example by not only building toilets but also helped in maintaining them.
Stay tuned to watch his story. #SwachhHeroes
Team Swachh Bharat brings you inspiring stories of everyday heroes. The ones who have brought about significant changes in sanitation behaviour for a better society. #SwachhHeroes
All the 206 houses in the Nanaksagar village situated in Mahasamund district, Chhattisgarh are painted pink to denote that its residents have built toilets and are using them. Read to know more.

Chhattisgarh Village On The Verge Of Being ODF | Team Swachh Bharat
#FunFact On an average a person goes to the toilet about 2,500 times a year.
Here’s one of the biggest contribution the transgender community has made in India lately. The Buxar district administration has asked the transgender community to campaign against open defecation and is receiving positive response with this campaign. #ToiletsForProgress

Buxar’s Transgender Community Campaigns to Make It Open Defecation-Free | Team Swachh Bharat
People of Pipa Khedi, Rajasthan came forward to celebrate their newly open-defecation free village! Congratulations to all the people for making it possible. #ToiletsForProgress
The first week of 2017 has brought with it good news. Nawadih Panchayat of Mandu block in Jharkhand has been declared open-defecation free. #ToiletsForProgress
Team Swachh Bharat wishes everyone a very Happy New Year. In 2017, let’s work towards making an India where everyone uses a toilet. #ToiletsForProgress
#DidYouKnow Sulabh International Museum of Toilets in Delhi is a museum which is dedicated to the global history of sanitation and toilets.
New Delhi Municipal Council has decided to curb the problem of open-defecation in an interesting way. They have delegated 28 live mascots who will fine any person defecating in the open. Read more about it here [ Link ]

Live Mascots On The Watch To Fine Open Defecation In New Delhi | Team Swachh Bharat