Toilet conference opens in Delhi–40 countries take part

by Sanjoy Majumder

“No one was hygienic or clean before,” says Fulbati. “We were all living in unclean conditions. Malaria, diarrhea, fever, vomiting; they were common. Now it’s not so bad.” Photo: BBC

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