Solving Sanitation Problem in India

India is one of the biggest countries in the world having a dense population. It's growing in economy and development is incredible but there is a health problem remains still now. The sanitation problem! Both in an urban and rural area, there is an acute health problem still decreasing health, lowering fitness and impacting in gross productivity. The problem has two aspects:The scarcity of water is such a dry rural area and The inadequate toilet in the urban or metropolitan areaIn 1986, the Indian central govt. launched a nationwide sanitation program for the first time. But it failed due to improper and inadequate implementation.  In the maiden speech of Prime Minister Narendra Modis, he stated that 50% of Indian household have the sanitation facilities but the reality is worse than this. In such a situation, the govt. launched Swach Bharat Mission in 2014 (SBM). The plan aims to solve the problem within 2019.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});"India ranks top for having the greatest number of urbanites without living a safe, private-toilet" -report by Water AidIt's the edge of 2018, the problem still persists. To solve the proble

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