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The open defecation challenge in India

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Aidan Cronin of UNICEF writes about the importance of social norms in making open defecation an acceptable practice in many parts of India. In order to create a new social norm in which everyone uses a toilet, he calls for a collective campaign to make it clear that open defecation affects everyone in India.

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