We strolled through the narrow alleys of the slum neighborhood with Midha. People peeked from doorways, and kids followed us through the streets. Channels of dirty water flowed along the curbside in a shallow channel that doubles as the sewer drainage system.
Invited into a home, we found a tiny, dark, concrete room with a few dishes and a chair, but not much else.
Upstairs we see a basic in-home toilet, though even these are rare in many rural and poor neighborhoods.
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