Personal Hygiene/Cleanliness Best Practices

Based on your inputs, here are the key personal hygiene and cleanliness best practices. Kindly review and if you have any additional ones, please share. We will soon finalize the list and dissemeinate it for mass awareness.

Swachh Bharat Mission

Personal Hygiene and Cleanliness Best Practices

1. Keep yourself clean and tidy at all times
2. Never throw garbage outside the house in open or out of the window
3. Keep a dustbin inside and outside the house
4. Make a conscious effort not to throw garbage on roads
5. Never spit on roads
6. Do not urinate on roads or in an open area
7. Always soap-wash your hands in running water before eating anything
8. Keep the area around your house clean
9. Monitor and prevent people from throwing garbage under lamp post, trees, transformers etc.
10. People should segregate waste before putting it in the dustbin in their area
11. Manage your wet waste at home by making manure and using it in plants and garden
12. Keep a dustbin in the car so that you do not need to throw garbage out from the window
13. Keep wrappers/waste in a bag while using public transport (buses/trains etc.) and throw them in a dustbin later. more  

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Everywhere you find people spitting - passengers / drivers traveling in autos and buses, passengers waiting at the platforms, bus stand do the most - should be educated from childhood and in schools. Government and political parties can organize campaign even door to door, when they can find resources to do door to door campaign for votes ! more  
Personal hygiene - very very essential points for maintaining healthy living condition - the points slightly to be renumbered - points 5 and 6 should be 1 and 2 - these two things, if followed, prevent major ill health and diseases ! more  
Ensure that there is soap in soap dispenser and water at every school. In an Engineering college, even the cooks did not have soap in their bathrooms. No wonder the food was so disgusting. Well, I hear this happens a lot in restaurants. I can't blame the government for this, it was the college management's fault. They have no sense of hygiene, or any common sense for that matter. Cheap fellows who want to save every penny. So, I had to buy them dettol soap with dispenser and show them how to use it. The management was not happy that I improved something for the students' health. more  
PLZ READ --> Good Evng my all circle friends ! I think the most important point missing in the above suggested points to implement & observe "Swachh Bharat Mission" is "Attitude of People" That is total solution of all the problems we are talking. I simply give an example. Few days back I had a tea in local train at Delhi Jn. Since, there was no provision of dustbin in the train, I folded the disposal cup & put into my bag. I got down at Palam, reached at home & dropped the cup at dustbin at my home. What exactly, in this example worked was my attitude. I took an oath on 02 Oct 2014, launching of the "Swachh Bharat Mission" by Hon'ble PM sir that I shall adopt this mission totally 100% everyday and will not give chance of being myself failure to implement the Swachh Bharat Mission. I request all members & people of India that they take an oath and implement the mission willingly with positive attitude. If it done, all buts, ifs & would that etc will have no place and obstacles to implement the Swachh Bharat Mission. I can prove and can have debate that there is ONLY ONE THING MISSING AMONG US AND THAT IS ONLY & ONLY OUR ATTITUDE TOWARDS CLEANNESS & ENVIRONMENT. WE ALL CAN DO but we need to create our will power to do considering the time demand of the situation. I again request one and all that please do for Mother India. Regards to all. Jai Hind !!! Jai Bharat Maa !!! Its from a true Son of Mother India. – Dr Om more  
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