Water & Sanitation

Clean water, a place to “poo” and waste systems are not too much to ask. Over a billion people suffer the indignity of open defecation with almost as many lacking clean water. Together, the world can end these risks and save millions of lives a year.

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  1. Article: Students in Montana Are Rallying for #NationalPeriodDay by Throwing a Musical Festival

    Students in Montana Are Rallying for #NationalPeriodDay by Throwing a Musical Festival

    By Leah Rodriguez|Oct. 17, 2019

    “You don't have to have a period to be angry about the current state of period poverty.” Read more

  2. Article: Nigerian Governors of Lagos and Plateau States Committed $175.8 Million Toward Water and Sanitation

    Nigerian Governors of Lagos and Plateau States Committed $175.8 Million Toward Water and Sanitation

    By Leah Rodriguez|Oct. 16, 2019

    The states are taking open defecation seriously after Nigeria declared a state of emergency. Read more

  3. Article: Experts Question Open Defecation Free Status in India and Nepal

    Experts Question Open Defecation Free Status in India and Nepal

    By Leah Rodriguez|Oct. 10, 2019

    Residents in both countries claim they are still without toilets after announcements last week. Read more

  4. Article: Governor of Lagos Pledges to Embed the 'Transformative Power of Toilets' in Policy-Making

    Governor of Lagos Pledges to Embed the 'Transformative Power of Toilets' in Policy-Making

    By Imogen Calderwood|Oct. 9, 2019|RB

    Nigerian politician Babajide Sanwo-Olu said sanitation is a “defining issue” for him. Read more

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