Personal Cleanliness - What do you do
Most of you have given highly valuable inputs on what the urban local body, State and Central Govt should do to make Swachh Bharat successful.
With this post, we would like to seek your inputs on what is it that you are doing every day to drive cleanliness and hygiene around you.
We would like to compile every member's inputs and develop a best practice cleanliness and hygiene checklist and share with all so every member can follow the same and share with your contacts as well.
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Following points suggested - 1 It is a good habit and healthy way of our healthy life. All type of cleanliness is very necessary for our good health whether it is personal cleanliness, surrounding cleanliness, and environment cleanliness . 2 Therefore it is essential that participation of all, from kids to elders in each family is a must . kids have to be taught on daily basis to build cleanliness in their habits by elders and at schools. This works on two in one basis as it disciplines elders also whether rich or poor in the society.Each individual efforts reduces the work load. It is a team work and charity begins at home. 3 Cleanliness is the precondition of some sorts of worshiping .There fore it should be known to all that cleanliness work is worship . 4 The real results come with teamwork from dedication and not out of force. 5 The adequate funds ,infrastructure ,equipment s have to be provided by the authorities more
Having paid the cess on swechh bharat, what is expected from the government is cleanliness of the country and the responsibility should be on local authorities. more
I always keep myself tidy and clean. I keep the house and its environment clean, I do not throw rubbish outside but collect it and place it in the allocated place in the street to be cleared by the corporation van. Always ensure that the street cleanliness is reasonably maintained by the users and clear some waste and other unwanted things to the wASTE BIN. Also ensure rag pickers do not throw unwanted things on the road when they collect things from waste bins. more
Make a list of 20 points, such as 1) stay away from politics and politicians 2) Avoid areas with mosquitos/flies 3) do not touch children's cheeks or hands with your dirty hands 4) cover your mouth when you sneeze, 5) wash your hands after blowing nose 6) do not drink unclean water 7) Carry dettol hand-sanitizer bottle and a clean handkerchief when you travel 8) Try namaste instead of handshake 9) do not buy footpath food if it is covered with flies or dust 10) Use health-faucet and not your hand to wipe yourself and so on. And then teach others, especially the young students. The next generation will be aware and great. more
We make conscious effort not throw garbage on roads. We look for dustbins in markets. My child carry’s disposable throwaways home if we don’t find dustbins. We had bought separate dustbins for organic and inorganic waste. (but there is no separate collection mechanism available:( ) We have put up plants and grass on sidewalks. more