Snakebites, diarrhoea and violence: why India’s women need toilets | Seren Boyd

In India’s Sheohar district, in Bihar state, women are keen to talk about the safety that comes with having a toilet at homeThe women lurk in the shadows, peeping out from behind their scarves, as we weave in and out of mud houses in remote villages in India.They are elusive, evasive even – until we ask them about the toilets we’ve come to photograph. Continue reading......