Audesh Kumar building a new toilet in a village, Muzaffarpur, Bihar. (AKDN/Christopher Wilton-Steer)

The people of India are fully engaged to reaching the government’s goal of increasing sanitation coverage by building 120 million toilets in rural areas. The Aga Khan Development Network is closely involved with this endeavor and is taking a three-pronged approach – a combination of funds, raw materials, and human capital.   Read the full article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.