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some 70 kilometers west of Lahad Datu, Ebere Clinton, District Attorney Joseph Early Jr.co/CZbkUxHURM Steve Goldstein (@MKTWgoldstein) April 30. “The Army is only confirming the suspicious,some startling success stories have emerged from a few villages of this laggard state To encourage and incentivise people into using toilets a silent and innovative revolution hasbeen slowly brewing in some villages of its Deogarh and Jharsuguda districts – declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) under the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) Residents along with district officials here have not only focused on the number of toilets constructed but bolstered efforts to bring forth behavioural changes in people Creating ownership of toilets As per government statistics Odisha has a record low of 5489 percent sanitation coverage A staggering challenge which officials and volunteers in the state have often faced is to persuade communities to bring about developmental changes themselves break age-old habits of going to the toilet outside their homes One way of countering this was to make the lavatory their own and not merely a ‘product’ of government schemes A child in Kirtanpali village of Deogarh district in Odisha with a colourfully painted toilet Image courtesy Manish Kumar In 2017 members of the Lulang panchayat in Deogarh district began an innovative fight with the ‘My Toilet Campaign’ Residents of several villages were encouraged to decorate outer walls of their toilets with beautiful drawings What that did in effect was to create a sense of ownership over the toilets and inspire communities to actually use them "Toilets constructed under SBM were earlier misused by beneficiaries as they thought these were only products of another government scheme not to be utilised themselves Villagers used latrines as storehouses to keep cow dung firewood and fodder There was no ownership value" said Kumuda Satpathy a consultant for SBM in Deogarh who also started this campaign A subsidised amount of Rs 12000 and Rs 15000 (in case of SCs and STs) is given by the government to build toilets to individuals The central government’s share in the subsidy amount is Rs 9000 (75 percent) and the state gives out Rs 3000 (25 percent) A villager in Kirtanpali village of Deogarh district in Odisha with his colourfully painted toilet Image courtesy Manish Kumar Satpathy attributes Deogarh’s maidan ODF status primarily to innovations on the ground strict vigilance by volunteers and motivated ground workers helping people change their habits "Our plan had initially failed to kick-start It was in the remote Similihata village of Reamal block in Deogarh where we surprisingly found success Similihata became a model village for about 200 other hamlets after that" he added Anganwadi worker Padmini Pradhan from Similihata was the first to make ornate drawings of flowers and leaves on her toilet walls She soon noticed how this simple step boosted usage of toilets especially among children "The painted toilets soon became a hit among the kids They loved using these latrines Many households not only in Similihata but also in neighbouring villages replicated this idea and painted toilets en masse" said Pradhan She further added that in some other villages such asKirtanpali Deojharan Hariharpur Ganuribani Hrudapali Laxmipur and Gudeimara toilet ownership patterns improved substantially Locals began using their abandoned commodes Gram panchayat monitor Damarudhara Kumura also said that the exercise was being followed in about 200 other villages of Deogarh Padmini Pradhan who was the first in her vilage in Similhata to paint her toilet Image courtesy Manish Kumar "The idea became so popular that almost all toilets in my village now have painted walls" saidMalati Behera of Kirtanpali village ‘Remodelling’ toilets keeping diseases at bay Along with paintings another motivational measure used by Swachhagrahis (volunteers) was to alter the idea of a toilet being dirty to a unit that keeps infection and diseases at bay Unused latrines which were otherwise overgrown with bushes have now been adorned with flower pots on the outside The ‘Nigrani (oversight) Committees’ make sure that the toilet surroundings are kept clean and decorated "Our gram sabha had passed a resolution that anyone found defecating in the open will have to pay Rs 500 and a whistleblower will be paid Rs 250 per case Those found flouting norms will also be publicly shamed The oversight panel was roped in for vigilance There isn’t a single case of open defecation in our village now" said Jadumani Sahoo a member of the oversight committee at Kirtanpali A visit to Similihata also throws light on how children here have been made aware of personal hygiene Hand-washing after toilet usage and before consumption of food is something most kids here practice Not only that they also dispose of chocolate wrappers and other items into five big dustbins spread across the hamlet A concrete dustbin in Similihata village in Deogarh district of Odisha Image courtesy Manish Kumar Sunita Gop a Swachhagrahi said awareness measures were a result of collective efforts by villagers and gram sabha members "You can see how sanitation has led to fewer flies and mosquito breeding in the villages" she added Santosh Kumar Rout former sarpanch of Kirtanpali said several cases of diarrhoea typhoid and other communicable diseases have dwindled in the past one year "Changes on the ground are visible now Fewer children fall prey to deadly diseases and deaths" told Rout District officials working at the Lulang panchayat further said that around 700 villages in both Deogarh andJharsugudahave at least one Swachhagrahi to take care of sanitation measures The author is a Bhubaneswar-based freelance writer and a member of101Reporterscom a pan-India network of grassroots reporters This is second of a two-part series on the ground realities of the Swachh Bharat Scheme in Odisha Read the first part With each FIFA World Cup the game moves forward Almost every edition of the tournament has in one way or the other helped the game evolve and the upcoming edition won’t be any different Russia 2018 will be the World Cup of Video Assistant Referee (VAR) For the first time referees will have technology to assist them in major decisions such as penalties red cards and goals Confusion will reign supreme but not since 1994 has the tournament seen a change in ruling that could have such a sizable impact on the game VAR’s readiness however has split the opinion of experts and fans alike It hasn’t been welcomed by all quarters with the general consensus being that it interrupts the flow of the game and hasn’t been tested thoroughly enough to warrant its use in a competition of such significance A view of the video assistant refereeing (VAR) operation room at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia International Broadcast Centre (IBC) in Moscow AFP It was first introduced in Australia’s A-League in April 2017 and barely a year later VAR will be seen at a World Cup Has it been introduced too early Perhaps There have been some high-profile glitches during its use in some of Europe’s top leagues such as a supporter’s flag covering the camera at the crucial moment in a Portuguese league match and a penalty awarded so belatedly in the German top division that the players were recalled after a majority of them had left for the dressing room at half-time Introduction of VAR though is certainly a step in the right direction for the world’s richest and most popular sport It’s part of an evolution that we’ve seen across decades of the FIFA World Cup Almost every World Cup has given us something new whether this be in terms of changes to the laws of the game format of the competition or advancement in its commercial growth In recent years referees have been central in FIFA’s innovations Brazil 2014 saw the long overdue introduction of goal-line technology albeit four years too late for England’s Frank Lampard who was famously denied a legitimate goal against Germany Unlike the VAR this had a straightforward implementation and a worldwide approval Also in Brazil vanishing sprays became handy tools for referees to prevent player-encroachment at the time of free-kicks The 2010 edition in South Africa the African continent’s first was the tournament of Vuvuzelas — bright-coloured plastic horns that became the unofficial symbol of the event These were loved and hated equally sounding like an annoying swarm of bees but they were steeped in African traditions They took one back to Mexico of 1986 the edition that introduced the phenomenon of the ‘Mexican Wave’ to the world (apart from a phenomenon that was Diego Maradona) Today this wave is a common sight in stadiums across the globe and among fans of multiple sports Fan culture remains the heart and soul of the sport and FIFA has done well to take engagement with fans to a whole new level post the turn of this century Germany 2006 gave birth to ‘Fan Fests’ inspired by South Korea’s fanaticism on the streets in 2002 As per FIFA over 22 million Koreans were out on the streets to watch their team play during their improbable run to the semi-finals The World Cup became a carnival not just inside the stadium but outside as well In Germany 2006? 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