#Open Defecation

  • Article: Mumbai women create affordable toilet program

    Mumbai women create affordable toilet program

    By Alex Vinci|May 20, 2015

    Slum dwellers in India build community toilets for improved sanitation. Read more

  • Article: 'Triggering' communities in Madagascar to end open defecation once and for all

    'Triggering' communities in Madagascar to end open defecation once and for all

    By Michael Sheldrick|April 24, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Communities are being empowered to help themselves end open defecation. Read more

  • Article: Madagascar to become open defecation free

    Madagascar to become open defecation free

    By Michael Sheldrick|April 22, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Madagascar is definitely making strides, and its progress is fast becoming an example for others. Read more

  • Article: Why culture is important in sanitation

    Why culture is important in sanitation

    By Erin Weber|April 2, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Investing in sanitation is vital to development efforts around the world. Read more

  • Article: A gathering to promote water and sanitation around the world

    A gathering to promote water and sanitation around the world

    By Christina Nuñez  and  Alex Vinci|March 27, 2015

    I got the chance to go to an awesome event =bringing water and sanitation to the top of the agenda. Read more

  • Article: Pee-proofing around the world

    Pee-proofing around the world

    By Amy Freeland|March 23, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    These communities have some pretty creative ideas to discourage public urination Read more

  • Video: Sesame Street's Raya is turning 6! Let's wish her a happy birthday

    Sesame Street's Raya is turning 6! Let's wish her a happy birthday

    By Christina Nuñez|March 20, 2015

    March 22nd is World Water Day, but it's also our good friend Rays's birthday! Read more

  • Article: Four reasons why water and sanitation are important to ending poverty

    Four reasons why water and sanitation are important to ending poverty

    By Murphy McAnulty|March 5, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Water and sanitation remain the most off-track Millennium Development Goal. Read more