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Poor sanitation is a huge problem in India. Around half the Indian population does not have a toilet and goes outside to defecate. This leads to huge health hazards, dignity & safety concerns, & economic losses.

However, the lack of clean toilets does not just affect the urban and rural poor. It also affects well-to-do Indians living in Indian cities. As an example, Delhi has barely a few hundred toilets in public spaces - a grossly insufficient number. Similarly, large stretches of the Indian highway system are without clean toilets.

WASH For India is a nonprofit working on water & sanitation in India and we want to understand better how the lack of toilets in public spaces affects middle-class Indians, wealthy Indians, & also people traveling to India.

We would really appreciate it if you could take about 15 minutes to answer the questions in this survey. Your responses will help us understand the repercussions of poor sanitation better and will help us recommend strategies to improve access to toilets in public areas to appropriate government and institutional bodies.

As a token of our appreciation, three of the most thoughtful responses will be able to choose one from the following five books: Makers of Modern India (Ramachandra Guha), An Uncertain Glory (Amartya Sen & Jean Dreze), Reimagining India (McKinsey & Collaborators), Poor Economics (Abhijit Banerjee & Esther Duflo), & Creating A World Without Poverty (Muhammud Yunus).

I do hope you will take the time and share your thoughts with us.

Thank you.

Nirat Bhatnagar
Founder
WASH For India

 
 
 
Name *
 
Email *
 
Gender *
 
Age *
 
Citizenship *
 
City Of Residence *
 
 
 
How would you describe yourself (Select all that apply). *
 
How often do you end up using the toilets in these places when you go there.
NeverSometimesOftenVery oftenAlways
City markets
Malls
Movie Theaters
Restaurants & cafes
Airports
Railway stations & bus stands
Highways
Tourist spots (Museums, monuments)
Public toilets (such as Sulabh)
 
 
 
Please tell us about incidents where you really wanted to use a toilet outside and had a hard time finding it and what you finally did. Please be as detailed as possible. *
 
 
 
Which of the following do you do because you fear you will not get a clean toilet outside your home or workplace.
 
Where is the need for more clean public toilets that you can use.
Sufficient Toilets ExistMore NeededDesperately Needed
City markets
Malls
Restaurants & cafes
Airports
Railway stations & bus stands
Highways
Tourist spots (Museums, monuments)
Public toilets (such as Sulabh)
 
 
How satisfied are you with the cleanliness of public toilets you've used at different places. (0: Absolutely dissatisfied. 5: Just about satisfied. 10: Am a fan !)
0 10
City markets
-
Malls
-
Restaurants & cafes
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Airports
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Railway stations & bus stands
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Trains
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Highway eateries (Dhabas)
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Tourist spots (Museums, monuments)
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Public toilets (such as Sulabh)
-
 
 
Please describe how using an unclean public toilet might have affected you.
 
How much would you be willing to pay to use really clean toilets in public places.
In INR
On a pay-per-use basis
For a weekly pass
For a monthly pass
For an annual pass
 
 
 
Any suggestions or comments you have on addressing this issue of toilets in public places in India.
 
 
 
Can we get in touch for a more detailed discussion on this.
 
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