Community toilets look forward to operating in Ballia

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Baliya. To date, community toilets have been built in a total of 528 villages in the district, but most are not in use. On behalf of the government, responsibility for their operation was given to the self-help groups, but in most of the villages the group was not selected.
In 2020-21, the government ordered communal toilets to be built in each village instead of individual toilets. Although 940 communal toilets have been built in 528 villages compared to the previous year, they are not operated in most of the villages even after eight months because self-help groups have not been selected. According to the district coordinator of the cleanliness campaign, women’s self-help groups were selected to operate communal toilets made from panchayats weighing around 75 grams.
Women’s self-help groups formed in the village are tasked with maintaining the communal toilets in the villages. The group receives Rs 6000 every month for their upkeep. Apart from that, the group is paid Rs 3000 each month by the affected Gram Panchayat for cleaning the toilets.
A total of 2317 self-help groups are formed in the district.
Baliya. There are a total of 2317 support groups in the district. It has a maximum of 350 support groups in the Chilkahar block. Otherwise 80 in Bairia, 112 in Bansdih, 85 in Belhari, 97 in Beruarbari, 152 in Dubahad, 192 in Gadwar, 99 in Hanumanganj, Maniyar Mew 103, Murlichhapra 43, Nagra 241, Navanagar 154, Pandah 82, 160 self help groups were in Rasra, 103 in Revati, 129 in Seer and 135 in Sohav.
Community toilet construction has been completed in 528 villages in the district. In many villages, women’s self-help groups have been selected to run their businesses. Wherever there is a balance, the selection process takes place. Will be finished soon. – Shailesh Ojha, District Coordinator, Swachh Bharat Mission

Baliya. To date, community toilets have been built in a total of 528 villages in the district, but most are not in use. On behalf of the government, responsibility for their operation was given to the self-help groups, but in most of the villages the group was not selected.

In 2020-21, the government ordered communal toilets to be built in each village instead of individual toilets. Although 940 communal toilets have been built in 528 villages compared to the previous year, they are not operated in most of the villages even after eight months because self-help groups have not been selected. According to the district coordinator of the cleanliness campaign, women’s self-help groups were selected to operate communal toilets made from panchayats weighing around 75 grams.

Women’s self-help groups formed in the village are tasked with maintaining the communal toilets in the villages. The group receives Rs 6000 every month for their upkeep. Apart from that, the group is paid Rs 3000 each month by the affected Gram Panchayat for cleaning the toilets.

A total of 2317 self-help groups are formed in the district.

Baliya. There are a total of 2317 support groups in the district. It has a maximum of 350 support groups in the Chilkahar block. Otherwise 80 in Bairia, 112 in Bansdih, 85 in Belhari, 97 in Beruarbari, 152 in Dubahad, 192 in Gadwar, 99 in Hanumanganj, Maniyar Mew 103, Murlichhapra 43, Nagra 241, Navanagar 154, Pandah 82, 160 self help groups were in Rasra, 103 in Revati, 129 in Seer and 135 in Sohav.

Community toilet construction has been completed in 528 villages in the district. In many villages, women’s self-help groups have been selected to run their businesses. Wherever there is a balance, the selection process continues. Will be finished soon. – Shailesh Ojha, District Coordinator, Swachh Bharat Mission

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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