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Right to Pee campaign

The Right to Pee campaign is a movement led by 35 non-government organisations in Mumbai, India, which aims to secure better public toilet facilities for women. The three basic requirements outlined in the campaign are that women should be allowed to use public facilities for free, there should be changing rooms, and that there should be vending machines for sanitary towels like there are for condoms in men's public toilets.

In India around half of all homes do not have a toilet and there is a great shortage of both public and private toilets across the country.

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