Cleaning Spree

To Solve an Open Defecation Problem in India, Teams Target Stakeholders

India is building roughly 62,000 toilets a day. As part of the US$29 billion Clean India program, the government's toilet-building project—the largest such effort ever--aims to build 111 million latrines by October 2019. The goal: Eliminate open defecation.
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