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Gandhiji propagated for individual and collective cleanliness throughout his life.
In 2017, the national sanitation coverage rose to 65 from.7 on Oct 2, 2014 before the start of the campaign. 54 Hundreds of thousands of Indian people were still employed as manual scavengers in emptying bucket toilets and pit latrines. Out of 18,000 villages in Gujarat, so far only 1,652 villages have applied for Nirmal Gram awards and this year another 4,500 villages are expected to meet the criteria of Nirmal Gram. . "Manual scavenging still a reality". Consequently, Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan was restructured by Cabinet approval on 24 September 2014 as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. Retrieved IRC : India: Unrealistic approach hampers rural sanitation programme Archived t the Wayback Machine., Institute of Development Studies: Community-led total sanitation:India Benny George: Nirmal Gram Puraskar: A Unique Experiment in Incentivising Sanitation Coverage in Rural India permanent dead link, International Journal of Rural Studies. A survey was conducted to identify households without toilets as well as the ones belonging to BPL families, for which the Government provided an assistance of Rs 1,200. . In this group discussion for healthy Gujarat, doctors and various service providers of state health department, private doctors and around 4500 officials and representatives of medical education across the state took part. Other: Allows Only Alpha-numeric, Space Dot (A-Z,a-z,.). Retrieved "Venkaiah Naidu picked up the broom to clean cyclone-hit port city of Visakhapatnam - m - m". 1, April 2009 "PM Modi's 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' set for mega launch Thursday; schools, offices gear up for event". 63 See also edit References edit a b "An Indian village's fight to take the 'poo to the loo.
2 13 The national campaign spans 4,041 statutory cities and towns. Retrieved 6 September 2015. 14 15 conceived in March 2014 at a sanitation conference organised by unicef India and the Indian Institute of Technology as part of the larger Total Sanitation Campaign, which the Indian government launched in 1999. Performance monitoring edit Individual household latrines coverage in rural India.