Sense of ownership is equally important: Kurukshetra DC

To look beyond toilets and establish a connection between sanitation and health to trigger a change of mindset in rural India was the central idea around National Consultation on Rural Sanitation, hosted by the CSE in New Delhi last week

Last Updated: Thursday 20 October 2016 | 06:35:19 AM

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