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Knowledge Series: Sustainable water, Sanitation and Health for rural communities

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Toilet use will not directly lead to village sanitation. Understanding WASH should happen backwards, from improved health and nutrition outcomes as a starting point to what is needed to achieve those and programmatising, or taking up activities related to that. First generation WASH interventions should combine with changes in individual and household behaviours and community systems to sustain outcomes. Listen to Gram Vikas Executive Director, Liby Johnson, to learn about our multipronged approach to realising the goals of Swachh Bharat.

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