Monday, 24 November 2014

There is a nature's call

Toilet, nature’s call and every humans birth right. It is the passing of urine or defecate which is basically flushing the waste bowl into the sewer. It is the waste product in the body which needs to pass every day. Can you stop the process anytime you want? Can anybody stop the process anybody wants? Does it matter whether you are rich or poor? But what matters is every human needs a hygienic toilet and clean water to clean the urinary system of the body.
 What if I say go urinate on the train tracks? Or go defecate on the pile of dirt or waste .Go defecates on the most unhygienic open area where there are lot of mosquitoes and unclean water. Just think about it
 There are many in India who actually urinate or defecate in open areas, almost everywhere. Sometimes they even don’t have water to clean their private parts. Because of such unhygienic conditions they fell ill. These diseases are mostly found in children’s like Babli.
 Three year old babli realized that there is no such place as toilet. She used to pee anywhere near her house or anywhere near railways tracks. Her mother is the housemaid of businessman. One day Babli got a chance to visit their place. When she felt like peeing. She was directed to the cleanest place in her eyes. It was called as toilet. A Toilet with white marbles and clean shower attached. She was instructed to wash her private areas with water and clean her hands with soap. The Aroma of the toilet was so fragrant that Babli thought this is the most fragrant toilet in the world. That day babli realize that their home needs a toilet, in fact her whole village needs a hygienic toilet .What do you think ?

 We see people urinating and defecating on trees, railway tracks, with unhygienic water, unhygienic toilets, filthy toilets .But have we ever realize that the natures call needs hygiene .Unhygienic toilets can led to many diseases which can be spreaded from people to people.
 I remember once I went to visit somebody in Government hospital, and there I saw the most unhygienic toilet ever. Imagine the hospitals are maintaining the most filthy toilets, what can we think about Railway stations, Bus stations, Markets and other public places. Some places like orphanage also do not have hygienic toilets.
 Domex Toilet Academy had initiated a hygienic initiative to make villages in Maharashtra and Orissa Open defecation Free zone. Their aim is to 24,00 toilets by the end of 2015.They are also partnering with self help groups to create the awareness amongst villagers.

You can bring the change in the lives of millions of kids, thereby showing your support for the domex Initiative. All you need to do is “click” on the contribute tab on and Domex will contribute Rs 5 on your behalf to eradicate open defecation, thereby helping kids like Babli live a dignified life.

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