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The International Cricket Council (ICC) launched a campaign to promote sanitation and toilet use while shunning open defecation as the country prepares to host the sixth T20 World Cup from March 8 to April 3. Launched in collaboration with UNICEF and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), under
The God of Indian cricket Sachin Tendulkar for once decided to take the limelight away from the sport and instead concentrated on promoting hand washing as he feels this will help everyone lead a healthy life. Participating in International Cricket Council's (ICC) launch of cricket for good and Team Swachh
Sachin Tendulkar expressed his sadness at the number of children who die everyday due to diarrhea.
Iconic cricket Sachin Tendulkar, who is also a Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF today expressed his sadness at the number of children, who die everyday due to diarrhoea. "Around 1600 children die everyday due to diarrhoea . This is due to lack of knowledge on sanitation. I believe that a mother
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has reaffirmed its commitment to the spirit of cricket and bringing about positive social change through the sport as they have launched Cricket for Good and Team Swachh campaign in partnership with UNICEF and the BCCI. Team Swachh, which is the first of a series
Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar, who is a UNICEF goodwill ambassador has lauded ICC's initiative 'Cricket for Good and Team Swachh campaign' with UNICEF and BCCI. About the initiative he said, "Similarly, ending open defecation-achieving sanitation for all in India, takes a genuine team effort in which all relevant actors -
In their letters, the girls spoke about how venturing out late in the night to relieve themselves often sends shivers down their spines.
District administration begins 'non-stop' work on construction of 820 individual sanitary latrines in five gram panchayats
A tribal woman from Jawhar in Palghar has become the face of the open defecation-free (ODF) project in Maharashtra.
To review the status of cleanliness in the villages and evaluate the impact of Swachh Bharat Mission, the government is going to conduct a rural sanitation survey across the country.
Marta, who grew up in Boston, is helping India overcome the problem of open defecation by giving them access to what should be a basic right - a toilet.
A few years back, with the launch of Mangalyaan, India joined an elite group of nations with a successful mission to Mars.