Toilet for Babli

India a developing country still has many issues persisting. The sad thing about it is the issues are not concerned about luxury but it deals about the essentials. This is a sad state for a country which is competing with the China to be the leader in all industries. Sanitation is not an important issue to be taken care of but it is the issue that had to be taken care of. Statistics says a lot about the lack of sanitation facility in our esteemed country. When the previous government’s environmental minister Mr Jairam Ramesh addressed the issues everybody laughed and yelled at him. Those are the same people who close their nose on seeing people defecating in public. These are the people who are detached from the other part of the country and thinks that they can live life easily.

We as a responsible citizen, have to take care of the essential problem and do our maximum effort to eradicate the sanitation problem. Our new government which is pretty old by now emphasized on the sanitation for all in their electoral agenda. The effect of the agenda might take some time and implementation of this big problem is not so easy either. Villages today are seen down with contempt for defecation in the open area. This is not a thing to be felt bad about village but urban people should feel ashamed of because all the infrastructure in city was once had its base in village. To provide them a basic infrastructure is a necessary work for the urban citizens.

Domex, India now has made an initiative namely #TolietForBabli in order to spread awareness and a social contribution to this issue. Domex is a horizontal brand for the household cleaning range containing Sodium Hypochlorite in prime from the Hindustan Unilever limited. It has recently launched a new program called Toilet Academy to provide clean and safety toilet to all in India. It has gone to an extent that for each click by an user it contributes. This initiative of bringing social responsibility to all is one thing it has to be appreciated from the corporate whose primary motive is to bring cleanliness. This project not only cleans the country but also let all the people who are living in the utopian world to know how dirty our country is and the need to clean it.

You can bring about the change in the lives of millions of kids, thereby showing your support for the Domex Initiative. All you need to do is “click” on the “Contribute Tab” on www.domex.in and Domex will contribute Rs.5 on your behalf to eradicate open defecation, thereby helping kids like Babli live a dignified life.


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