No Toilet, no bride – No loo, no “I do”

“They would go before sunrise or hold it in until darkness fell once again to avoid being seen. Or they would walk out to the fields and endure embarrassment. They don’t want their daughters to face the same indignity.”

CNN reported:
Daughters should no longer be married to men who do not have a protected and safe toilet in their house. This campaign from India is great!

In Chyangsar, most families already have toilets near the house. Also at the training grounds near the farm buildings, as in Thade, there will be closed toilets so that the women can also use them during the training.



The day the toilets got opened.
The toilets in Thade are safe.