|Anita Narre refused to go to her husband's home until he built a toilet. [Agencies]|
A newlywed woman in a village in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh has won her struggle to have a toilet at her husband's home, BBC reported.
Anita Narre left husband Shivram's home two days after her marriage in May last year because the house had no toilet.
She returned eight days later after Shivram, a daily wage worker, built one with savings and aid from villagers.
An NGO announced a US$10,000 reward for Narre for her "brave" decision and forcing her husband to build a toilet.
More than half-a-billion Indians still lack access to basic sanitation. The problem is acute in rural India and it is the women who suffer most. （点击BBC网站查看原文）
(China.org.cn February 16, 2012)