In 2014, the Government of India launched the ambitious Swachh Bharat Mission(SBM), or Clean India Mission – the country’s largest-ever drive to improve sanitation. The SBM aims to end open defecation, achieve open defecation free communities, and improve the management of liquid and solid wastes.Now, a new $1.5 billion World Bank programme will support the Government of India in implementing the rural component of the Clean India Mission. The programme will help accelerate results in India’s states by giving them performance-based incentives.
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