Reinventing Public Toilets in Delhi

Shashikant Nishant Sharma


Lack of adequate sanitation is a pressing challenge in both rural and urban India. Sanitation-related diseases take a heavy toll of lives, especially children’s lives, and are a drain on productivity and incomes. Lack of adequate sanitation also forces households into the continued indignity of open defecation, which is an acute problem especially for women and young girls. Improving access to sanitation is therefore appropriately included in the Millennium Development Goals.


Public Toilets; Sanitation; Total Sanitation; Toilet Tripod; Eco-toilets; Community Toilets

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