According to a study in 2015, about 60.4% of the Indian population does not have access to toilets, thus leading to a lack of proper sanitation. A report by WaterAid states, â€œIf all 774 million people in India waiting for household toilets were made to stand in a line, the queue would stretch from Earth to the moon and beyond.â€ It is just sad and shameful that the worldâ€™s 2nd most populous country is unable to provide proper hygiene and access to toilets to its people. But the situation has improved, and thereâ€™s still hope. From 83.2% in 1990 to 60.4% in 2015, thatâ€™s a huge change. And there was a small help that added to this huge change in the form of the Dabba Dol Gang, who are a bunch of kids from Madhya Pradesh, trying to change the toilet scene in India, by dropping the Dabba. This video by WaterAid India shows the gang trying to tackle the â€œopen-defecationâ€ problem in India in a hilarious, fun-filled way. Initially, they were reprimanded, abused and often disregarded for their efforts, but it didnâ€™t take long for people to know that their work was actually worth something, leading to a greater good. After all, allâ€™s well that ends well, especially a good dump.