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Mrs. Jinal Patel
Ms. Ankita B. Chaudhari
Dr.N. Sivasubramanian
Sanjana Patel
Riya Patel
Saloni Patel
Sakshi Patel
Unnati Patel
Akash Rathod


Survey, Assess, Environmental sanitation, Health, Community


Introduction: Environmental sanitation By creating a healthy environment and halting the spread of disease, environmental sanitation aims to improve community health.

Objective: The aim of the research was to assess to improve community health.

Methodology: The impact of Environmental sanitation and Health related behavior was evaluated using Quantitative approach research method. Using a survey research design &Check list technique, 150 community people who met the inclusion criteria were gathered.

Conclusion: The following conclusion are drawn from the study  the knowledge of environmental sanitation and health related behavior could be useful for people to improve their health .The expected survey result supported the knowledge environmental sanitation status  and health related behavior one of the best method to promote the overall health of people.

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