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Vol. 11, Special Issue 4 (2022)

Assess the incidences of water, sanitation and hygiene among tribal women in Narmada district

Author(s):
Dr. MV Tiwari, VK Poshia, NV Chaudhary and Dr. PD Verma
Abstract:
India resides in its villages with 71 per cent of its population living in rural areas. The living Conditions in rural areas are not very good, which make India’s rural population more vulnerable to a number of communicable diseases. Drinking water and Sanitation are the basic needs of life. The present study is mainly undertaken to understand the knowledge and practices of tribal with respect to overall sanitation, hygiene and drinking water. Findings suggest that Proper maintenance and management of the water and sanitation hygiene condition of respondents is required along with awareness as well as ensured to minimizing the incidence of infection. Findings of the study showed had average knowledge and majority of the subjects followed unsafe practices on water, sanitation and hygiene.
Pages: 183-185  |  391 Views  161 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. MV Tiwari, VK Poshia, NV Chaudhary and Dr. PD Verma. Assess the incidences of water, sanitation and hygiene among tribal women in Narmada district. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(4S): 183-185.

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