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A radical approach is changing Nepal's public sanitation

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For several months last year, Pramala Balami, 14, went out every morning with a group of other children in her village, looking for people defecating in the open. The Children’s Club in the Chitlang Village Development Committee in Makwanpur district in Nepal was one of the groups mobilized by local authorities in their drive to make their area an open-defecation-free zone.

Read more in the Seattle Times, 23rd November 2013

Date: 25 November 2013
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Nepal