Posted by Sewa International Inc.

Arunachal Pradesh - Need Analysis

All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) conducted a survey which lighted the poor infrastructure in government schools in August 2018.

As per to the survey, 53 percent schools in Arunachal Pradesh do not have drinking water supply, only 20 percent have library and laboratory, 40 percent do not have sanitation facilities and 48 percent lack a boundary wall. Most of the students, come from humble agricultural background families. Students walk 1-2kms every day to reach school. They get water supply for one hour every day and they do not have any water storage facility. The average number of toilets in government schools is two. In many schools, students and teaching staff share the same toilet.

List of schools/colleges in Arunachal Pradesh District with the number of beneficiaries and the number of required bio-toilets :

School Name


No of Students

No of toilets required

Arunachan Vikas Parishad balwadi




Arunachan Vikas Parishad balwadi




Arunachan Vikas Parishad balwadi




Arunachan Vikas Parishad balwadi




Arunachan Vikas Parishad balwadi







Aerial : Delhi Airport to Dibrugarh Airport, Assam

The road distance: Dirugarh Airport to Tezu, Arunachal Pradesh - 165 kms

Arunachal Pradesh comparison with Rest of India

  • Northeast regions do not have construction material production companies. They import from the Rest of India.
  • Most of the schools are located far from the main city. It is difficult to get laborers.
  • Per brick, price is 15rs in these regions whereas we get bricks for 2rs to 4rs in rest of India.
  • They do not have sewage lines.
  • Schools do not have sufficient water supply and electricity
  • Transportation cost is higher.
  • Poor infrastructure and facilities.
  • Avg Construction cost per unit is 50,000rs to 60,000rs. ( 725$ - 870$)
  • Rest of India cost per unit is 618$


Why choose these regions when the cost of toilet construction is high?

These regions are slowly moving towards social development, people are giving priority to education from the past few years and they need our support and help to accelerate towards building a better tomorrow.