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 SFD for Patna, India

Patna
India - Reviewed SFD

Patna, the state capital of Bihar, is situated on the southern bank of Ganga River. The total population of the city is 1.68 million with decadal growth rate of 22% and annual growth rate of 2.1%, as per the 2011 census. 92.3% of households in Patna have toilet facilities with 21.5% of the toilets connected to the sewer system, 65.5% of the toilets connected to septic tanks and 2.8% with pit latrines and other systems. Moreover, 2.4% of the households are dependent on public toilets and 5% practice open defecation.


Date of production: 10/01/2017
Last update: 06/02/2018

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