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Title: Unzipping the Clean India Mission : A Study on Two Gram Panchayat in Block Baheri, District Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh
Authors: Nawaz, Rahat
Keywords: School Of Social Work
Beck, H.
Clean India Mission - Uttar Pradesh
Sanitation Drive
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: The study entitled ‘“Unzipping the Clean India Mission: A Study on Two Gram Panchayat in Block Baheri, District Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh” is an exploratory one, aimed at to analyze the current situation of ongoing sanitation drive SBM (G), how much progress have been, is the data available is the true reflection or realities are still in curtains as like reflected in previous mission related to combat against the problem of open defecation. This is a mixed research study that has used in-depth un-structured interviews, and a survey as the methods of data collection. These were conducted with gram Pradhan the responsible and key member of the panchayat, and household survey with the beneficiaries who got sponsored toilet under SBM (G). Poor sanitation not only affects health, personal security, education, human dignity and environment which directly put pressure on the human being mostly on women, and children. Children are constantly, vulnerable to the exposure to the germs due to open defecation. Motivating factors for the adaptation of the safe and healthy hygienic practices as perceived by the stakeholder are varied and complex in nature. These can be categorized as four linked and overlapping grouped names as Cultural, economic, institutional, structural environment, and psychosocial and educational factors Relative material or education deprivation is not only the reason for of open defecation in rural India. But more about beliefs, values, and norms about purity and impurity, pollution, caste hierarchy, and untouchability that causes people to neglect or reject the latrine or toilet. Findings state that people believe that using pit latrine is considered as ritually impure and polluting. In contrast to that open defecation is considered as promoting strength and purity, particularly by men who hold the power in terms of money and decision making how to run the house. Swachh Bharat mission is one of the very successful drives in India since Independence but only fulfilling physical deficiency cannot combat against the habit of the people to defecate in open. It has multiple layers for not using the toilet so it is very important to study the concern from the people and the role of Panchayat is very crucial to strengthen the local participation as a community development drive. Universal application of the policy is also a hurdle so with the expert from fields flexibility in policy can be taken into account to make sanitation drive more effective and successful.
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