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Created on 20 November 2013
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Akshaya Sethi from Karthuta village (Jagatsingpur district, India) lives below the official poverty line and is therefore entitled to support from the local government for building a latrine for his family. However, like 100 other ‘poor’ families in his village, he has been bypassed by the scheme and his family members continue to have a hard time meeting their sanitation needs with minimum dignity. This is especially difficult for women, and especially difficult during the rainy season.

More info: http://www.waterintegritynetwork.net/audio-visual/video
Produced by: Video Volunteers
Language: Odiya with English subtitles
Year: 2013
Region: India



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