Demand Creation for Rural Sanitation in India

Event: Asia Water Week 2013: Securing Water for All (Main Event)

Demand Creation for Rural Sanitation in India

14 March 2013
Author / Speaker: 
Rajendra Kondepati, Government of Andhra Pradesh - Email the author | Other materials by the author

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Research findings indicate that less than half of Indian households have access to toilets and a sizeable number of population still practice open defecation. The Government of India, under the “Total Sanitation Campaign,” has been promoting access to improved sanitation through incentives and social mobilization.

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