Our latest initiative is a campaign around the questions of gender, sanitation and social justice. We have called it Don’t Hold It In.
We want a city where women have adequate access to clean, safe and affordable public toilets. DON’T HOLD IT IN is a campaign to make your voice heard.
We want a city where women do not have to hold their bladders. DON’T HOLD IT IN is a campaign to talk about women’s sanitation woes.
Talking about inhibitions and constraints will force us to think about how to build such cities. DON’T HOLD IT IN
is a website that brings together four elements: STORIES
of different women’s experiences with sanitation, reflections on UNANSWERED QUESTIONS
of gender and sanitation, a collection of web RESOURCES
along similar themes, and a TOOLKIT
with the Hyderabad toilet database and a guide on conducting an audit.
We have also framed a PETITION
demanding for better, i.e. safer, more affordable and cleaner, public toilets for women in Hyderabad.