Village Immersion and Sanitation in India- Key Findings

While a lot has been achieved in the last few years in India in terms of toilet construction, there is a lot more that can be done for behavioral change and usage, toilet technology as well as other aspects of sanitation. The study tries to understand the range of problems that different people faced across India due to varied background, geography and socio-economic factors. This document was developed with the Institute of Development Studies and supported by the Government of India’s Drinking Water and Sanitation.



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Authors: WSSCC IDS Publication Date: 2019 Publisher: WSSCC IDS No. of Pages: 22

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