A survey on public toilets in urban India by 'WASH For India'

This 15 minute question-answer survey by WASH For India, a nonprofit working on water & sanitation in India, will help understand the repercussions of poor sanitation. The survey will also help the organisation recommend strategies to improve access to toilets in public areas, to appropriate government and institutional bodies. 

As a token of appreciation, three of the most thoughtful responses will be able to choose one from the following five books:

  • Makers of Modern India (Ramachandra Guha)
  • An Uncertain Glory (Amartya Sen & Jean Dreze)
  • Reimagining India (McKinsey & Collaborators)
  • Poor Economics (Abhijit Banerjee & Esther Duflo)
  • Creating A World Without Poverty (Muhammud Yunus)

Take the survey.

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This online survey by 'WASH For India' aims to understand how the lack of toilets in public spaces affects middle-class and wealthy Indians as well as people traveling to India.
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