SanApp(Complaint Greivances and redressal system for the rural and urban people.)
Complaint Greivances and redressal system for the rural and urban people.
Nearly 40% of the world’s population (2.4 billion) has no access to hygienic means of personal sanitation. Globally, WHO estimates that 1.8 million people die each year from diarrheal diseases, 200 million people are infected with schistosomiasis and more than 1 billion people suffer from soil-transmitted helminthic infections. A Special Session on Children of the United Nations General Assembly (2002) reported that nearly 5,500 children die every day from diseases caused by contaminated food and water.
Increasing access to sanitation and improving hygienic behaviors are key to reducing this enormous disease burden. In addition, such changes would increase school attendance, especially for girls, and help school children to learn better. They could also have a major effect on the economies of many countries – both rich and poor – and on the empowerment of women. Most of these benefits would accrue in developing nations.
SanApp will the provide a interface to the common people using which they can log their sanitation problem occuring in their area to the central governing body, who will be responsible for performing the completing task for the purticular complaint.
Hence it will result into good hygenic environment in the whole world.