According to the Darban police station, Mah Rukh Jan wife of Mohammad Bashir came out last night from her house for defecation
and could not reach home back, next day her slaughtered dead body was found in a nearby field.
New Delhi [India], Mar 13 ( ANI ): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday reviewed progress of Open Defecation
Free (ODF) targets in four states -- Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Odisha, and Jammu and Kashmir, and emphasised on converting the ODF mission into a mass movement.
4 million deaths occur annually from poor sanitation and stressed the need to improve hygiene education to promote behaviour change toward reducing open defecation
He shared that 3 lakh villages, 300 districts and 10 States/Union Territories have been declared Open Defecation
Free, and that the rural sanitation coverage today stands at over 76%, up from 39% at the time of the launch of the Mission in October 2014.
Country representative Lotta Sylwander of the United Nations Children's Fund pointed out that children were more likely to suffer from frequent bouts of diarrhea, worm infections and undernourishment due to open defecation
This became more than evident when officials and policemen resorted to shame people, who ventured out for open defecation
, by disrobing them.
was still a reported practice in the study area, and 221 (29%) women reported about open defecation
is the biggest challenge India is facing in terms of sanitation.
Whether a medical issue is causing an abnormality in the frequency, consistency and/or urgency of defecation
is a vital piece of information.
1039/C6SM02795D) some of the physics of defecation
Believe it or not, some of the most ' upmarket' areas of Delhi also suffer from an open- defecation
An understanding of normal defecation
, causes of incontinence, available medical treatments, and strategies for regaining control over bowel function helps nurses more effectively assist patients who have fecal incontinence.
In five targeted provinces - Kampong Cham, Kampong Speu, Takeo, Svay Rieng, and Kandal - 634 villages, housing a total of 530,000 people, declared that they had abandoned the practice of outdoor defecation
between 2012 and the end of last year, according to Plan International's senior coordinator, Suthavaridh Lempho.
In developing countries diarrhoea and non-availability of sanitary latrines and practice of field defecation
is main cause of Diarrhoea & Gastrointestinal disease.
Ending open defecation
in the developing world has gained significant policy attention recently, motivated by the idea that private demand for latrines lies below the social optimum.