Worum geht es in dem Projekt?
The Prime Minister of India said "When the girl student reaches
the age where she realises this lack of female toilets in the
school she leaves her education midway. As they leave their
education midway they remain uneducated. Our daughters must also
get equal chance to quality education. After 60 years of
independence there should have been separate toilets for girl
students in every school. But for the past 60 years they could not
provide separate toilets to girls and as result the female students
had to leave their education midway."
This project aims at giving back the dignity to school childern especially the girl child in order to continue with their studies.
The project focuses on building school toilets and imparting sanitation education by means of behavioral change in schools.
The target it to cater to atleast 1000 schools across rural Maharashtra for toilets.
Was sind die Ziele und wer ist die Zielgruppe?
The aim is to produce and install modular toilets using the MoTo
Germany Tehnology which has won the "BEST OF THE BEST Envirnoment
Award" from the European Commission for atleast 1000 schools across
Maharashtra and Gujrat regions of India.
The focus in going to be on schools where both the girl and boy child are educated.
Warum sollte jemand dieses Projekt unterstützen?
Because the developed world must contribute to the needs of the
under priviledged community spheres.
Sanitation is one of the basic right in many developed countries. In a country like India, the citizens are still a long way to go to have it as a priority. The government aims at making India open defecation free by 2019 and our endevour is to target schools to create the impact. This is because todays childern are the future for India.
Was passiert mit dem Geld bei erfolgreicher Finanzierung?
Once the funding is recieved, school toilets will be installed and an impact created on atleast a 100.000 users majorly comprising school childern.
Wer steht hinter dem Projekt?
German Technology Providers, Raina Industries Pvt. Ltd., Mo-To Technologies and the Government of India, Ministry of Clean Water and Sanitation, United Nations SDG6