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By: Television Trust for the Environment.
Series: Changing currents, 2.Publisher: New Delhi : Centre for Science and Environment, [2003]Description: 1 DVD (26 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Sanitation | Sewage disposal | Water qualityDDC classification: Summary: This film looks at the issue of access to safe water and basic sanitation, and its centrality to any kind of development process. From India's Sulabh International's acclaimed low-cost, self-financed sanitation facilities that have led to rehabilitation of scavengers, to the successful Orangi project in Pakistan's Karachi, which has used a grassroots movement to create a self-financed sanitation grid.
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This film looks at the issue of access to safe water and basic sanitation, and its centrality to any kind of development process. From India's Sulabh International's acclaimed low-cost, self-financed sanitation facilities that have led to rehabilitation of scavengers, to the successful Orangi project in Pakistan's Karachi, which has used a grassroots movement to create a self-financed sanitation grid.

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