#Hygiene

  • Article: This Global Citizen Has Given Pads to 30,000 Girls in Kenya — and Has More Work to Do
    Girls & Women

    This Global Citizen Has Given Pads to 30,000 Girls in Kenya — and Has More Work to Do

    By David Brand|Oct. 26, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    “It’s more than just pads. We’re creating a social movement.” Read more

  • Article: 7 Bad Habits That Are Also Bad for the Environment
    Environment

    7 Bad Habits That Are Also Bad for the Environment

    By Tess Sohngen|Aug. 31, 2017

    Listen to your scientist. Read more

  • Article: 2.3 Billion People Don't Have Access to Basic Sanitation, Report Finds
    Water & Sanitation

    2.3 Billion People Don't Have Access to Basic Sanitation, Report Finds

    By Madison Feser|July 13, 2017

    “We simply cannot wait to take action”. Read more

  • Article: Global Citizens Make a Splash on World Water Day
    ImpactWater & Sanitation

    Global Citizens Make a Splash on World Water Day

    By Zachory Nowosadzki|March 28, 2017

    For the 2.4 billion people without a toilet. Read more

  • Article: Why Global Citizen Is Campaigning in India
    Citizenship

    Why Global Citizen Is Campaigning in India

    By Simon Moss|Nov. 14, 2016

    In just two months, half a million young Indians have become Global Citizens. Read more

  • Article: A Girl Does This Everyday Instead of Going to School
    Water & Sanitation

    A Girl Does This Everyday Instead of Going to School

    By Meredith Hastings|Aug. 31, 2016|World Vision

    When I was six, I would’ve loved any excuse to stay at home with my mom from school. Read more

  • Article: These $2 birth kits could save millions of lives
    Health

    These $2 birth kits could save millions of lives

    By Joe McCarthy|May 2, 2016

    The difference between life and death can sometimes be as simple as soap. Read more

  • Article: How you helped to give the world a hygiene indicator
    Water & Sanitation

    How you helped to give the world a hygiene indicator

    By Olivia Howell|Jan. 6, 2016|Global Poverty Project

    Thanks to the efforts of global citizens, hand washing has become an indicator for development Read more