World Toilet Day come and gone with little acknowledgment by media

Everybody poops; a universal human reality. But almost a billion people have no choice but to do so in the open, in fields and streets. Aside from the lack of dignity, this places women at risk of violence as they…
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World Toilet Day

Nov. 19 has been declared World Toilet Day by the UN. This will mean very little to most Canadians, who take decent toilets, sanitation and drinking water for granted. Around the world, however, over 2.3 billion people do not have…
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World Toilet Day

This meant little to most Canadians, who take decent toilets, sanitation and drinking water for granted. Around the world, however, over 2.3 billion people do not have these decent services. Bad sanitation leads to a multitude of diseases, discriminates against…
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World Toilet Day

Nov. 19 has been declared World Toilet Day by the UN. This will mean very little to most Canadians, who take decent toilets, sanitation and drinking water for granted. Around the world, however, over 2.3 billion people do not have…
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Toilets really can save some lives

In our western society it is not polite to talk about toilets as such. It is not talked about except in hospitals and care homes where the question about daily BMs (bowel movements) is crucial. I was astonished when I…
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Don’t take toilet luxury for granted

World Toilet Day is Nov. 19. Fun fact: 2.3 billion people in the world don’t have access to adequate hygiene and almost 900 million still practise open defecation. That’s actually two facts and its way past time to right both.…
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Basic human needs not being met around the world

World Toilet Day is Nov. 19. Fun fact: 2.3-billion people in the world don’t have access to adequate hygiene, and almost 900 million still practice open defecation. That’s actually two facts, and it’s way past time to right both. So…
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World Toilet Day

This meant little to most Canadians, who take decent toilets, sanitation and drinking water for granted. Around the world, however, over 2.3 billion people do not have these decent services. Bad sanitation leads to a multitude of diseases, discriminates against…
CONTINUE READING

World Toilet Day

Nov. 19 was declared World Toilet Day by the UN. This will mean very little to most Canadians, who take decent toilets, sanitation and drinking water for granted. Around the world, however, over 2.3 billion people do not have these…
CONTINUE READING

World Toilet Day

Nov. 19 was declared World Toilet Day by the UN. This will mean very little to most Canadians, who take decent toilets, sanitation and drinking water for granted. Around the world, however, over 2.3 billion people do not have these…
CONTINUE READING
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