Launching of Bio-Gas Plant in Public ToiletRead more: Tea from public toilet: Wonderful reality in Biratnagar Koshi Zonal Hospital
The 2012 eviction of the Paurauki squatter community along the Bagmati River, demolished private spaces for residents to bathe. Women and children were bathing outside in the open, and suffered from the lack of privacy. INCLUDED supported the Kalika Women Community Organization (Mom’s Club) recognize the need for a safe place for everyone, particularly adolescent girls and women to be able to bathe.Read more: Privacy matters
- Alex Lynch
A participatory workshop on gender issues in public toilets was held in Kathmandu by GUTHI in collaboration with Kathmandu Metropolitan City with the assistance of AEROSAN on 22 June.Read more: Public Toilets: Gender insensitive and inadequate
- Anita Lamichhane
Most of the people in Nepal live in a village. I was also born in a remote village - Mahankhal in the Sindhupalchowk district of Nepal. I spend 18 years of my childhood in that village. I want to write about one heart-wrenching incident that took place there about fourteen years ago.Read more: SUDDEN DEATH OF MY BROTHER
Water crisis challenges the education of the countryRead more: Chasing the dream!!
- Sushil Adhikari
Let's talk about Toilet today!! I am not going to talk about funny thing, but just trying to raise serious issue! Doctors often advise us to drink adequate water daily. But I am ashamed to admit that I drink less water while traveling in the city not because I have no enough water or pure drinking water in my home but because what we do not have here in the town is accessible & disabled friendly public toilets.Read more: Let's talk about Toilet today!!