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Leanliness brings Health
Cleanliness is not a work which we should do forcefully. 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, environment cleanliness, pet animal cleanliness or work place cleanliness (like school, college, office, etc). We all should be highly aware about how to maintain cleanliness in our daily lives. One always suffers health disorders if he/she does not take bath daily, wears dirty clothes, keep house and surroundings dirty, etc. Dirty things in the surrounding areas or home gives rise to the various disease causing germs, bacteria, virus and fungus. People having dirty habits also become the reason of spreading dangerous and fatal (life threatening) diseases. Infectious diseases are spread to vast areas and make people ill and sometimes death. So, we should take care of our cleanliness on regular basis. We should wash hands thoroughly with soap whenever we eat something. Cleanliness is very necessary to maintain our healthy lifestyle and standard of living. Various programmes and civil laws has been run and implemented by the government
of India in order to promote the awareness about cleanliness among the common public all over India.

Proper Waste management is the most important issue of clinginess of any Country and we are majorly lacking on it. We should take care about the wastes of our daily lives and put in only in the dustbin for proper disposal and prevent infections to get spread in the home or surrounding. We should understand its multifarious facets to fully get benefited. 

Pure water is another source of good health. A great deal of sickness is caused by using impure water. People in villages often bathe, and wash clothes and cattle in tanks. If this water is used for drinking purposes, it may bring disastrous diseases. Most Indian’s still do not have access to modern sanitation: for example, rural sanitation coverage was estimated to have reached only 21% by 2008 according to the UNICEF/WHO joint monitoring programme. There continue to be a number of innovative efforts to improve sanitation Environmental sanitation envisages promotion of health of the community by providing clean environment and breaking the cycle of disease. It depends on various factors that include hygiene status of the people, types of resources available, innovative and appropriate technologies according to the requirement of the community,

socioeconomic development of the country, cultural factors related to environmental sanitation, political commitment, capacity building of the concerned sectors, social factors including behavioral pattern of the community, legislative measures adopted, and others. India is still lagging far behind many countries in the field of environmental sanitation.

According to an article in Live Mint, data has been released by the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) from a survey conducted in 2012; which has once again underlined the abysmal state of sanitation in the country, particularly in rural India. According to this survey, only 32% of rural households have their own toilets and that less than half of Indian households have a toilet at home. There were more households with a mobile phone than with a toilet. In fact, the last Census data reveals that the percentage of households having access to television and telephones in rural India exceeds the percentage of households with access to toilet facilities. Of the estimated billion people in the world who defecate in the open, more than half reside in India.
Because most of people feel that toilets are unhygienic so they should not be kept in houses.
Poor sanitation impairs the health leading to high rates of malnutrition and productivity losses. India’s sanitation deficit leads to losses worth roughly 6% of its gross domestic product (GDP) according to World Bank estimates by raising the disease burden in the country. Children are affected more than adults as the rampant spread of diseases inhibits children’s ability to absorb nutrients thereby stunting their growth. As health economist Dean Spears argued “a large part of India’s malnutrition burden is owing to the unhygienic environment in which children grow up. Poor sanitation and high
population density act as a double whammy on Indian children half of whom grow up stunted”. It is not a coincidence that states with the poorest levels of sanitation and highest levels of population density such as Bihar, Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh also have the highest levels of child malnutrition in the country. 

Lack of safe water supply, poor environmental sanitation, improper disposal of human excreta, and poor personal hygiene help to perpetuate and spread diarrheal diseases in India. Since diarrheal diseases are caused by 20–25 pathogens, vaccination, though an attractive disease prevention strategy, is not feasible. Until now, a number of innovative public health campaigns and programmes to improve health and hygiene have been implemented in India but more needs to be done. These include community-led public-private partnerships to improve access to toilets and
awareness campaigns in schools and slums in both urban and rural sectors. There is an urgent need for law to make cleanliness and more such campaigns all across India.

Today feeling the need to spread the message that clinginess only can improve the health of rural as well urban society, Nav Prabhat Jan Sewa Samsthan has taken a step forward to organize a national seminar and a panel discussion on the subject “Cleanliness brings Health” involving the key personals who have really worked on the issue.


The details of the programme attached.

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 । गत दिनों यहां नव प्रभात जन सेवा संस्थान एवम हम सब साथ साथ द्वारा भारत सरकार के संस्कृति मंत्रालय के दिल्ली पब्लिक लाइब्रेरी सभागार में स्व. श्री अटल बिहारी वाजपेयी की स्मृति में "आजादी के तराने" व राष्ट्रीय कला/समाज रत्न सम्मान कार्यक्रम का भव्य आयोजन किया गया। कार्यक्रम में देश भर से चुन कर आए चुनिंदा कलाकारों द्वारा देशभक्ति के गीत, नृत्य, अभिनय और संगीत के प्रदर्शन के साथ ही समाज और कला के विभिन्न क्षेत्रों में उत्कृष्ट कार्य कर रही प्रतिभाओं, समाज सेवियों/एनजीओ को प्रशंसा पत्र व स्मृति चिन्ह देकर तथा शॉल ओढ़ाकर सम्मानित किया गया। अनेक कलाकारों को नकद राशि से भी सम्मानित किया गया।

यह प्रतिभा प्रदर्शन और सम्मान समारोह आईएएस टॉपर सुश्री इरा सिंघल के मुख्य आतिथ्य और सर्वश्री आलोक मिश्रा (IRSS), प्रीति पाल गुप्ता (समाजसेवी), सुंदर सोलंकी (डिप्टी ऍडीटर इंडिया न्यूज़) एवं राजीव नारंग (ग्रेट पर्सनालिटी) के विशिष्ट आतिथ्य में बेहद खुशनुमा और जोश भरे माहौल में सम्पन्न हुआ।

श्रीमती भावना शर्मा द्वारा कार्यक्रम की रूपरेखा बताने और सरस्वती के चित्र पर दीप प्रज्वलन के साथ कार्यक्रम का शुभारंभ हुआ। कार्यक्रम की एंकरिंग अपने रोचक अंदाज़ में इंडिया न्यूज की एंकर कु. विपनेश माथुर एवं भारत सरकार के प्रथम श्रेणी अधिकारी व कलाकर्मी श्री किशोर श्रीवास्तव ने संयुक्त रूप से किया। और अंत में आभार प्रदर्शन नव प्रभात जन सेवा संस्थान की अध्यक्ष श्रीमती सुमन द्विवेदी ने किया।
इस अवसर पर संस्था की पदाधिकारी श्रीमती पूनम पांडेय का भी सक्रिय सहयोग रहा।

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