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"begin by admitting the problem": Diane on the CLTS knowledge hub

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check out Diane's recent note summarizing our field research on the exceptional persistence of open defecation in rural India, online at the CLTS knowledge hub.  As she writes, uncomfortable conversations about sanitation  policy are going to be necessary if we are going to prevent many deaths and stunted lives.

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