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Toilets, Toilets Everywhere: Plumbing The Depths Of India's School Sanitation Puzzle

Toilets in schools are being dished out like paani puris at a busy market on a Sunday evening. Analysis of Swachh Vidyalaya campaign data reveals that in the 15 days between 27 July and 11 August, 2015, approximately 89,000 school toilets were constructed. Expectedly, the government has engaged in arthritis-inducing backslapping at having constructed 5933 school toilets per day. And predictably researchers and sanitation professionals are viewing these numbers with suspicion.

Will The Future Of Journalism Make Us Less Informed?

Citizen journalists around the world continue to shine through the chaos of the news landscape, often providing us with the first insight into places journalists are unable to reach. And that can only be a good thing right? Why not have extra pairs of eyes that journalists can rely on? After all, journalists can't be everywhere all the time.