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VISHAL DADLANI Feb 24
Try giving job-security, healthcare, and pensions instead of washing their feet? There is a rather large difference between grand photo-op gestures and real governance.
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Awa Diagne Nov 19
Happy ! We dedicate this day to the unsung heroes who are in charge of operating and maintaining our sanitation systems and we commit to advocating for their rights and finding solutions to improve their working conditions
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Sweepers Are Superheroes Nov 17
"We must recognize and consider as " Renowned writer, columnist and vlogger ⁦⁦⁩ has a powerful message for all of us about how we should change our attitude towards . Please do watch and share.
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WaterAid India Nov 26
Low-grade manual sanitation work is poorly paid. most likely do not have fixed wages and are often victims of extortion – some workers report getting paid in leftover or basic food items (Human Rights Watch 2014) Read publication➡️
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Center for Law & Justice Nov 9
We are honored to be part of coalition. We hope that together our voice will be strengthened on issues of marginalized communities specially without whom we cannot imagine an urban life.
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World Bank Nov 25
Sanitation cannot come at the expense of the lives, health & dignity of those who work in the field. It’s time for safe working conditions & protections for all . NEW REPORT from , , & :
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WaterAid International Nov 14
provide a vital public service, but often at the cost of their dignity, safety, health & wellbeing. With we analyse their challenges & best practice. Ahead of hear the workers + read our report
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Press Trust of India 15 Jul 17
4 asphyxiated while cleaning septic tank in Delhi.
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Press Trust of India 6 Aug 17
3 die allegedly due to while cleaning a drain in southeast Delhi's Lajpat Nagar.
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WaterAid Tanzania Nov 14
Did you know it is on 19 November? This year we are focusing on the health, safety & dignity of , who often work in dangerous and unhygienic conditions. What are the challenges and how can we make change? Read the report:
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World Bank Water Nov 24
Behind every well-functioning toilet are the , who often risk health & safety to ensure no one is left behind without sanitation. OUT NOW: An in-depth feature on the working conditions of this marginalized group:
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Andrés Hueso Nov 18
The exhibition on "light at the end of the tunnel" was inaugurated today in Geneva by UN Director T.Valovaya, with Singapore ambassador and 's Policy Director. Not in Geneva?😓 Don't worry: You can have a 360 experience online:
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World Bank Nov 19
We won’t be able to provide universal access to sanitation without , yet many endure hazardous, undignified conditions & stigmatization. Explore our in-depth feature & report→
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Daniel Ddiba Nov 21
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WaterAid International Nov 12
We won’t reach everyone with toilets without , yet many endure incredibly dangerous, undignified conditions and stigmatisation. This breaches their . Find out what we can do in our report with . Out 14/11.
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WaterAid Tanzania Nov 19
This we are focusing on the health, safety and dignity of . Visit our interactive exhibition here: to meet Juma and Julius - two sanitation workers from Dar es Salaam and learn more about what they do.
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robin strasser 27 Jan 16
I've a lot of respect for Could you do that job? I think guys doing the heavy lifting for the rest of us-deserve respect!
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Shrimant Mane Mar 3
Within a week after PM's photo shoot at Prayagraj Kumbhmela, on Sunday at Nashik one more sanitation worker named Ashok Rampase died while cleaning sewage chamber, another rescued
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Nilanjana 5 Apr 18
I've been working on a narrative based study on women at . Here's something I scribbled from the experience of deconstructing my privileges in the process.
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World Bank Water Oct 9
They are among the most vulnerable workers. They are too often invisible, unquantified and ostracized. are exposed to serious occupational and environmental health hazards. Our upcoming report will dive into the world of . Stay tuned!
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