Women in Sanitation
Source: http//www.youtube.com/watch feature=player_embedded&v=Uo_KfZGvPSM&feature=youtu.be
WATER AND SANITATION Getting the balance right
Source: http//www.youtube.com/watch feature=player_embedded&v=dwASCtGiF3w&feature=youtu.be
New law to ban India's 'untouchable' toilet cleaners
Source: http//www.youtube.com/watch feature=player_embedded&v=aiS4pdp2P0g&feature=youtu.be
Report: Urban India drowning in sewage - Press TV News
Source: http//www.youtube.com/watch feature=player_embedded&v=2E3DK3CR5SU&feature=youtu.be
Global Handwashing Day Theme Video
Source: http//www.youtube.com/watch feature=player_embedded&v=562UaxmY1Cw#t=43&feature=youtu.be
Sanitation campaign in Indian village starts with women and youth
WASHCost Mozambique: How much does it cost to build a traditional latrine?
HYGIENE - THE WAY OF LIFE: A Plan India supported animation film on "WASH"
Danger, disgust and indignity: Women's perception of sanitation in informal settlements
पेय जल एवं स्वक्षता मंत्रालय के संयुक्त सचिव से "निर्मल भारत अभियान" पर खास बातचीत
Reflections on menstrual hygiene management
UNICEF: Young people help to improve sanitation in Haiti
UNICEF Total Sanitation TVC 3 - DULHAN Featuring Vidya Balan
Changing the culture of toilets in India
Celebrating Womanhood 2013: Menstrual Hygiene Management
Archana Patkar speaks about menstrual hygiene management at the 2012 Great WASH Yatra
The Water Crisis - ADDtv
Sustainable Sanitation & Hygiene for All
Changing the culture of toilets in India
Rajkot bags Best City Award for cleanliness and sanitation
Open Defecation Free Villages
Bio digester Toilets Developed by DRDO DHAMRA, ODISHA
Water and sanitation: a partnership for change
Eyewitness Bangladesh: Sanitation and Hygiene - Challenges and Solutions
Toward Clean Cities: Addressing Sanitation in Urban India
Description: This film puts a face on the challenges in India's water and sanitation sector. It advocates the need for a holistic, participatory approach to creating fully sanitized cities.
Sanitation Hackathon Field Trips
Description: On 24 and 25 of November Tanzanian software developers, geographic information specialists and journalists travelled to Rufiji Rural and Tandale districts in order to better understand the sanitation challenges on the ground. The trips herald Sanitation Hackathon - the first-ever global intensive weekend dedicated to developing innovative IT solutions to challenges facing the sanitation and hygiene sector. Tanzanian Sanitation Hackathon tagline 'Bongo Safi' stands for 'Clean' or 'Cool Tanzania'.
1 in 3 women: A WaterAid film for World Toilet Day
Description: On World Toilet Day (19 November 2012), 1 in 3 women worldwide risk shame, disease, harassment and even attack because they have nowhere safe to go to the toilet. Sanitation would make 1.25 billion women's lives safer and healthier. Please use your voice to ask governments to keep their promises on providing safe toilets and clean water for the world's poorest people. Go to www.wateraid.org/1in3 to take action.
Description: With the rainy season showing signs of beginning, the growing health hazard that is sanitation in Kampala could be about to get a whole lot worse. The fear is that open defecation has overtime been taken for granted yet it is a problem which is now spiralling out of control. According to a World bank study by the 'Water and Sanitation Programme' 3.2 million Ugandans have no access to latrines and are forced to defecate in the open.
Description: This is a fun lesson plan to teach kids all about personal hygiene.
Zero Open Defecation
Description: This video highlights the seriousness of the sanitation problem in poor, urban India and the complexities that have made municipalities and authorities unable or unwilling to find a solution, and the steps that poor people's.
Public Health Issues of Water and Sanitation
Description: Water For People looks at the public health challenges people in developing countries face with limited access to water and sanitation.
India's sanitation crisis
Description: Far more people in India have access to a mobile phone than to a toilet, according to a United Nations study on how to improve sanitation levels globally.
'World's first toilet theme park' opens in South Korea
Description: The Korean city of Suwon has opened what it says is "the world's first toilet theme park".
The Restroom Cultural Park has a museum displaying Roman style loos, European-style bedpans, and ancient Korean flush toilets, as well as fun facts about human waste and a sculpture garden dedicated to squatting figures.
Health is Wealth
Description: A new film from WaterAid illustrating the health benefits a community-led approach to sanitation can bring, and how these translate to material benefits too...
khule mein tatti kabhi naa karna
Description: The Great WASH Yatra (Nirmal Bharat Yatra) sanitation awareness campaign. Catchy song!
Global Handwashing Day 2012
Description: This Global Handwashing Day, WSUP is highlighting how children are leading the way in promoting handwashing with soap. This video asks school children from Nairobi, Antananarivo, Kumasi and Lusaka the following questions:
- Why is it important to wash your hands with soap?
- When should you wash your hands?
- How do you wash your hands?
- What happens if you don't wash your hands?
Description: Narrated by Baroness Glenys Kinnock
2.6 billion people in the world don't have access to a toilet. The reality of what this means may be hard for us lucky toilet-owners to imagine, so here's an animation to help.
Wherever the Need - Putting Sanitation First
Healthy Hat-Trick- Sachin Tendulkar Sanitation PSA
Zero Open Defecation
Description: This video highlights the seriousness of the sanitation problem in poor, urban India and the complexities that have made municipalities and authorities unable or unwilling to find a solution, and the steps that poor people's federations have taken to provide for their own facilities
Making it Easy: Sanitation Marketing in Cambodia
The Trigger: A film on Community Led Total Sanitation - 5 Day Workshop, India
'Sabu' highlights importance of handwashing with soap
Description: A new animated children's character, 'Sabu', has been launched in Pakistan to help teach children the importance of handwashing with soap.
The lively and fun Urdu-speaking character, supported by UNICEF, appears for the first time on the eve of Global Handwashing Day 2011.
Sabu is part of the drive to improve children's health through increasing their awareness and understanding of the importance of handwashing with soap.
In Pakistan, close to 116,000 children under the age of five die each year as a result of diarrhoea, while almost 25 million cases of sickness related to diarrhoeal disease are reported each year in the country.
The simple act of washing hands with soap at critical times, such as after using the toilet and before handling food, is a key cost effective and lifesaving action.
Gates Pushing Effort to Redesign Toilet
Description: Microsoft Founder Bill Gates announced projects will get increased funding in its drive to reinvent the toilet. The idea is to improve sanitation and save water in poorer parts of the world. (Aug. 15)
Self-Contained, PV-Powered Domestic Toilet and Wastewater Treatment System
Description: Video presentation of the prototype of a Solar-Powered Self-contained Human Waste Water Treatment System developed by Prof. Hoffmann's research group at the California Institute of Technology with the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Village report card on water and sanitation
Description: Arghyam,www.arghyam.org, is interested in doing a State of the Water and sanitation Report for India, involoving communities and village households in the process of the survey. Rukmini Banerjee and Wilima put forward their idea on getting a Village Report card on water and sanitation. Driven by NGO's this will be a citizens report on the state of water and sanitation in rural India.
Manual Scavengers: The Dirty Picture
Description: Manual scavenging, the shameful practice of scooping human excreta from dry toilets with brooms and metal scrapers, continues to persist in the country.
Indian Railway world's biggest open toilet: Jairam Ramesh
Description: Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh has called the railway the world's biggest open toilet. He was making a pitch for greater funding for bio-toilets.
India's sanitation emergency
Description: Over 50 per cent of Indians have no access to clean, constructed toilets. As urban areas expand, the problem is getting worse. Pressure on existing facilities is building and there is a widely-perceived lack of investment. Al Jazeera's Sohail Rahman reports.
J.S. Mathur on India's Water Security
Description: J.S. Mathur (Joint Secretary, Dept. of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Ministry of Water Development, India) explains the key messages of the Drinking Water Security compendium and the future of the country's sanitation campaign.
Commercial productive use of faecal sludge in Bengaluru, India
Description: Waste is a resource in the wrong place. People that have no sewer connection do go to the toilet though urban authorities seem to think differently given the neglect of the multitude of sanitation self-service models that have emerged in many cities. During this webinar Joep Verhagen presented the results of a case study. The case study investigates a model that is based on the productive use of faecal sludge by farmers in and around Bangalore. This particular service has emerged without any technical or financial support.
Vidya the brand ambassador for sanitation drive
Description: Vidya Balan, who on Thursday received the Best Actress National Film Award for her role in 'The Dirty Picture', is the new brand ambassador for the sanitation drive launched by Union Minister for Rural Development Jairam Ramesh.
Why does India defecate in open?
Let's Talk About It
Description : No one wants talk about it, but diarrheal disease is the second leading killer of children around the world. Watch this video to find out why and learn how you can add your voice to the growing conversation.
Sanitation for All - Dignity at Last
Description : This movie was produced mainly to address landlords and tenants of an informal settlement in Uganda. It gives a picture of the sanitation situation there and offers one possibility to improve the living conditions (there are also other possibilities, of course). The movie is interesting for everybody who wants to learn about the sanitation situation in informal settlements and who is interested in a low-cost approach with mobile toilets.
Reform of the Urban Water and Sanitation Sector Programme
Ministry of Water and Environment,
The Republic of Uganda
with support of German Development Cooperation/ German Technical Cooperation.
Source : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtj_N8_cBtw
No public toilet is all we can expect
Description : Elmore County is but a single symptom, but the people are the cure to this nation's own undoing. Free yourself from the past and you free yourself...to do many things, like develop a responsible and responsive system of governance.
Source : http://in.youtube.com/watch?v=9OtTFDU2nUw
Open Defecation : Lead India Through My Link India
Description : The major problem especially in rural areas is unhygienic environment due to open defecation. Around 80% of diseases arise due to open defecation. There are no legal bindings so far and it can only be controlled by some community led program.
Villagers are, in fact, not aware of the serious diseases caused by open defecation and if we can make them understand by some or the other means , we can Lead India to an Open Defecation Free Country.
Source : http://in.youtube.com/watch?v=als5S0O3MDQ
State of Maharashtra, India: Toilet Project
Description : In India, according to conservative estimates, about 772 million people do not have a private place to answer the call of nature. Consequently, vacant lands, fields, bushes, roadside and railway tracks are being used for defecation with the serious consequences for the environmental well being.
It has been computed that in China, India and Indonesia, twice as many people are dying from diarrhea than from HIV/AIDS.
In the State of Maharashtra, India, every year 3 million people are affected by diseases caused by defecation in the open. Of these 3,000 people die.
This video shows how this problem was solved using mass communication techniques.
Source : http://in.youtube.com/watch?v=Rq-rdiww7BQ
Ten Steps to Total Sanitation
Source : http://www.wateraid.org/uk/about_us/newsroom/6613.asp#watch
Success of Total Sanitation Campaign in Sirsa Haryana
Description : Success Story of Total Sanitation Campaign in District Sirsa of Haryana, India on Zee News covered by Monica Gupta, a local correspondent of Zee News at Sirsa.
Total Sanitation Campaign was headed by Mr. Yudhbir Singh Khayalia, ADC cum CEO of DRDA, Sirsa in association with an NGO, Jai Swachhta Samiti, that lead to the record breaking success and making of the history.
This is more so because this achievement of making all the 333 villages of District Sirsa, Open Defecation Free (ODF)in less than 90 days and was published in the Limca Book of Records.
Source : http://in.youtube.com/watch?v=XtjhdkMGvo0
India Manual Scavenging
Description: In India, Railway Platform Manual Scavenging need to stop. Better alternatives have to be found to stop this manial job.
Source : http://in.youtube.com/watch?v=A58wTxKmyMQ
Sulabh Sanitation Movement
Source : http://www.worldtoiletsummit2007.org/video_sulabh_movement.php
Shah Rukh Khan talks about sanitation and hygiene in India
Description :Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan talks to Indians about the importance of good sanitation and hygiene.
India and Sanitation
Dr Bindeshwar Pathak Introduction.mpg
Description :In this episode Tehseen Munawer interviews Dr Bindeswar Pathak, Mr Pathak has made innovative use of biogas creation by linking Sulabh toilets to fermentation plants, he had designed over three decades ago and which are now becoming a byword for sanitation in developing countries all over the world. One of the distinctive feature of Pathak's project lies in the fact that besides producing odour-free bio-gas, it also releases clean water rich in phosphorus and other ingredients which are important constituents of organic manure. His sanitation movement ensures cleanliness and prevents greenhouse gas emission.
Improving Sanitation and Hygiene in Rural East Asia
Source : http://www.5min.com/Video/Improving-Sanitation-and-Hygiene-in-Rural-East-Asia-473820247