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Toilet use campaign Print E-mail
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Sunday, 26 October 2008

Butwal: A campaign for children, youth and elderly has been started to change the habit of people who defecate in the open despite having concrete toilet in their homes. The campaigners visit all houses every day, monitor toilet and teach children and elderly people how to use toilet. They have made a rule to fine open defecator.

The campaigners have stated that it was very difficult to make people use toilet. “It took a lot of time and hard work to make the elderly people use toilet who had been defecating in the open from their childhood,” said Krishnabati Verma, president of the campaign. “We believe that our campaign will succeed as people are gradually making a habit of using toilet,” she added. A local Chandrabhan Harijan said that the campaigners teach the local people to wash hands with soap and water or ash and water after using toilet.

Source: Kantipur, October 25, 2008

 
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