Mumbai slum dwellers' sewage project goes nationwide

Chinai, Rupa
August 2002
Bulletin of the World Health Organization;2002, Vol. 80 Issue 8, p684
Academic Journal
Reports on the community toilet project of the federal government in Mumbai, India. Cost of the project; Finance of the project by the World Bank; Details on the project.


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