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Nish Acharya

VISITING FELLOW, INDIA-U.S. STUDIES Not only has Prime Minister Modi identified toilets as a national priority, but India’s path-breaking NGO, Sulabh International, has already shown that Indians are willing to pay for clean, functioning toilets. Sulabh has scaled to 8,000 pay-for-use toilets across India, and introduced technology that is being used in over 1.2 million homes. Partnerships between American startups and Sulabh are creating various sanitation solutions for the different environments of India. www.xtremeonline.in # 9311156526

Excerpts in the aforesaid book about Sulabh International which was founded by Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak in 1970.

Visit of hIS eXCELLENCY

Richard Rahul Verma United States Ambassador TO INDIA at THE Sulabh Campus on August 13, 2015 SULABH INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL SERVICE ORGANISATION

Visit of his Excellency Richard Rahul Verma, United States Ambassador to India at the Sulabh Campus  
Visit of his Excellency Richard Rahul Verma, United States Ambassador to India at the Sulabh Campus  
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