Video: What nature calls

We spoke with the residents of Hlaing Tharyar Township’s Ward 3, where there is a lack of sanitation and toilet facilities in the overcrowded area. Since the community members there are considered squatters and have no legal right to live in the zone, the government is not in a hurry to provide public toilets and sewage systems. What effect does this have o residents’ lives?

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