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Worked With 3688 People In The Health Post Program
Based at Muzaffarnagar, Abhinav works for the creation of awareness about safe drinking water and sanitation.
They teach water testing methods, and the importance of health and hygiene. They also work on skill development to empower women and on the development of the education system, supporting elderly people, improving technology and agricultural activities.
Abhinav also conducts training programs, exposure visits, educational tours, farmer's tour, fairs, etc., to support the rural masses to achieve their goals in terms of knowledge and skill development. They are also known for their illustrative work for conducting surveys, research work, case studies, and analysis.
Mr. Harendra Singh, the head of Abhinav, belongs to a farmer family. Gaining knowledge from his father and other people and motivation from his family, he started an organization to bring social change.
His vision is that a society can be developed on a sustainable basis only if the change is aimed at the welfare of the people. He also says that no issue is big or small; it is the magnitude and impact that makes the issue big.
Leadership Harendra Singh
Essential toiletries for hygeinic living
Flush n Pride is a recent initiative launched by Abhinav with the objective of eradicating the practice of defecating in the open in urban and rural areas. They are working to convert the existing dry toilets into low cost pour flush toilets and to construct new ones where none exist.
One unit of donations to this program will cover the cost of a 3-month toilet kit for two families.
It is estimated that every year, an astounding 11 million children die worldwide from preventable diseases. That is approximately 30,000 children per day. An additional 300 million children suffer from illnesses caused by lack of clean water, poor nutrition, and inadequate healthcare services.
In India, the combined effect of inadequate sanitation, unsafe water supply, and poor personal hygiene are responsible for 88 percent of childhood deaths from diarrhea.
Until now, Abhinav has been successful in removing 12,000 dry toilets in urban and rural areas. Sanitation and hygiene kits have been distributed among the poor families in the villages. The kits include washing soap, Harpic liquid, phenyl solution, and a toilet cleaning brush.
Abhinav has taken on the responsibility to curb the increasing mortality rate in villages due to inadequate sanitation and hygiene practices.
A survey conducted by UNICEF on Women and Child Welfare in 2005 has shown that only 47 percent of rural children in the age group of 5-14 wash hands after defecation. Hand washing with soap before eating and after defecation has been one of the major interventions on hygiene practices.
This is being promoted among children in India through hygiene programmes in schools, as well as mass media campaigns. What started as an initiative for Abhinav has become a rigorous campaign to improve health and sanitation in the country.
When you contribute to this program, you help a poor family with good health by encouraging them to adopt good hygiene practices,
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