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Summary:
1) Simple pottery techniques can be used in fabrication of an insulating material molded to the appropriate shape (bricks).
2) The composition of the stove material is 50/ 50 by volume of clay and a combustible material to give an insulating and light weight ceramic.
3) As a rocket stove, the pot fits down inside, with negligible loss of energy.

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COVID-19 pandemic swept across India in April and May 2021, and preventing infection became of paramount importance. The health systems were overwhelmed. Over the past year, we have learnt great deal of how the disease spread. This necessitated expansion of the earlier preventive measures promoted in the early stages of the pandemic in 2020 such as wearing masks, social distancing and washing …

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This panchayat in Bihar took certain proactive steps to control the COVID pandemic.

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The Native Medicare Charitable Trust (NMCT), the Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit (BMZ), the Karl Kübel Foundation (KKF) and the Karl Kübel Stiftung (KKS) organized various programmes due to MHM day celebration. They created a theme for MHM day 2021, which was “Time to celebrate our Womenhood”. Based on the theme they conducted a competition as well as various types of …

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In Madhya Pradesh, UNICEF and the state government worked together to activate and train sanitation fieldworkers to spread information about CABs.

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These are three case studies from panchayats that tackled the COVID pandemic in Jharkhand.

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This is a compilation of short case studies from panchayats around India that have taken measures to counteract the pandemic.

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In the Kunnakura Panchayat, Ernakulam district, Kerala, the authorities took several steps to arrest the spread of the pandemic and provide relief to those affected. Saji Sebastian, Executive Director, Socio-Economic Unit Foundation, said a 24-hour control room was set up in primary health centres (PHCs) to coordinate health activities, a steering committee including opposition members was set up …

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Female asylum seekers and refugees face challenges in access to Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) care and face disproportionate outcomes. Menstrual Health Management (MHM) has also been noted as a concern, particularly relating to a lack of knowledge and access to appropriate management methods. Implications for poor MHM are wide reaching, but there is little data relating to MHM and female …

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Foreign sex workers in Denmark are triply marginalised - due to their profession, legal status, as well as in matters
related to menstruation. This pilot project aimed to assess the acceptability of the menstrual cup (MC) as well as
education in menstrual health management (MHM) amongst 26 women from this group using the 'Nest
International’' centre, who volunteered to be part of the …

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WoMena considers positive social norms as an essential component of menstrual health. Therefore, since its beginnings in 2012, WoMena has included community engagement, in particular male engagement, as part of its theory of change and policy. WoMena has also developed a 10-point strategy and reflected this in its monitoring and evaluation (M&E) framework.

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Demonstration of Pro-poor Market-based Solutions for Faecal Sludge Management in Urban Areas of Southern Bangladesh is a project implemented by SNV Netherlands Development Organisation in partnership with Khulna City Corporation, Jhenaidah and Kushtia Paurashavas. Improvement of working conditions in sludge emptying and transportation is identified as a major area of action under the project. In …

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In Bangladesh, the most commonly used sanitation options such as pit-latrines and pour-flush latrine use pits or septic tanks for containing faecal sludge (FS) for a certain period of time which require regular emptying when the tanks or pits become full. This emptying and disposing of faecal sludge is usually performed in a traditional (manual) way by a certain group of people in the society …

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The main objective of this baseline study was to understand the current situation of faecal sludge management (FSM) and practices of residential premises in three cities in southern Bangladesh: Khulna, Kushtia and Jhenaidah. A second objective was to establish a benchmark for the FSM programme.

The baseline consists of two parts:
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This a set of four posters on CAB covering social distancing, the use of masks, handwashing and checking for symptoms.

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This is folk dance by two Rajasthani artists explaining how to avoid catching COVID. It is performed to traditional music instruments.

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This is a duet by Rajasthani folk singers who have composed their own song on COVID appropriate behaviour.

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This is a folk dance by two Rajasthani artists explaining how to avoid catching COVID. It is performed on traditional musical instruments.

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This is a folk song by a community volunteers to promote safe behaviour to avoid getting COVID-19.

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Pabna is a fast-growing city, which is 153 km away from the Dhaka city. It is beside the Isamoti River and well connected with road, water, and railways. It is one of the oldest towns in the sub-continent and was declared Municipality in 1876. Pabna is one of the 53 district level Municipalities in the country.

According to the population census in 2011 by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics …

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Every day, millions of women and girls have to manage their menstruation, an entirely natural physiological process, yet one that often remains considered too ‘private’ to discuss, let alone manage confidently. Menstrual stigma remains entrenched in societies the world over, but the lack of adequate hygiene facilities and safe menstrual products is particularly acute in many developing …

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This sanitation roadmap was developed to address a gap in available guidance, tools, and case studies specifically focused on sanitation services. In this document, you will find a description of the scope and main differences between water and sanitation services; a step-by-step process for developing a WASH district roadmap focusing on sanitation service delivery; examples of some Agenda for …

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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected women more than men in several ways, according to studies. They have had to take care of patients while coping with lock-downs that have restricted access to daily necessities and basic services, including water, sanitation and hygiene. At the same time, however, women have shown great strength and leader-ship in managing the uncertainties and challenges …

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This field note provides an overview of the WASH and health financing project that is being implemented in the state of Maharashtra, India – The Ecosystem Approach. The project integrates WASH behaviour change communication (BCC) with rural household microlending programs to drive household water and sanitation access through loans. This initiative aims to establish open defecation free (ODF) …

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This is a collection of shorts of best practices from around the country that illustrate how panchayats have managed the COVID-19 pandemic.

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