When Billions of People Don't Have Access to Toilets ...
Being denied access to safe, private toilets is particularly dangerous for women and girls, impacting on their health and education, and exposing them to an increased risk of harassment and even attack, writes Tim Wainright for IPS.
IPS, 16 November 2017
This weekend marks World Toilet Day (November 19) - and the news is disheartening. One in three people are still waiting for a toilet; still having to face the indignity and often… Read more »
Capital FM, 19 November 2017
Kitui County is leading in sanitary practices in Kenya according to a national sanitation report, this is an improvement from position nine in 2014 to this year's position one with… Read more »
Vanguard, 20 November 2017
Despite huge technological, scientific and industrial advances, an estimated 108 million Nigerians still lack access to toilets, the United Nations stated yesterday on this year's… Read more »
New Times, 20 November 2017
Yesterday (November 19) was World Toilet Day, a day aimed at inspiring action to tackle global sanitation crises. In Rwanda, the Ministry of Health has embarked on different… Read more »
Sanitation remains a pressing challenge as urban centres have to deal with larger numbers of people.