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Sanitation warriors of Bandhaguda

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Sustainability is best achieved, when communities take ownership of the process and change. In our partner villages, communities take ownership and manage the piped water supply and sanitation projects on their own. In this video, women of Bandhaguda, a small village in Ganjam district of Odisha, India, tells you how they built the toilets, manage the system and ensure safe sanitation behaviour in their community.

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