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Hope Spring Water Nov 18
Almost 50 million people, practise open defecation in Nigeria, on this with a concerted effort, let’s work together to make Nigeria an open defecation free place.
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UnitedPurposeNigeria Nov 19
Today Nigeria launches the 'Clean Nigera: Use the Toilet' campaign to jump-start its journey towards becoming by 2025.
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ITC Limited 20h
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Hope Spring Water Nov 18
Apart from the fact that Open defecation is hazardous to the health, it’s a threat to women's dignity and security let’s advocate for a free Nigeria for a healthy living. Find out more here!
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WaterAid Nigeria 16h
Fantastic news and a commendable first step! Let's keep the commitments coming as we collaboratively work towards making Nigeria
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Yahaya AbdulQudus🇳🇬🦂 23h
"Leaving no one behind - The Kwara Option"
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World Bank South Asia 2h
Of the 62 countries with substantial levels of open defecation, only 18 are on track to become by 2030. With these trends, the goal of universal access to sanitation won’t be met until 2043:
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Samuel Jegede 21h
This is great work! Putting in the efforts to create an community! 👍
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WSSCC 18h
joy 😊😊😊😊 is flowing⌛ A community in Kuria West, Migori county Kenya 🇰🇪 is celebrating 🕺🏽after being granted an status today!
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WSSCC Nov 18
Going forward, the Government of India 🇮🇳is focusing on the sustainability of outcomes and solid and liquid waste management. Read our call to action to learn more 👉
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Inya Ode 20h
Only 15 out of 774 LGAs in Nigeria are . These cut across Bauchi, Benue, Jigawa, Osun & Cross River. Where are the other 759? Where are the Community Leaders, Councillors, LGA Chairmen & Governors?
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Clearly Blue Digital Nov 18
says 4.5 billion people live without a safe toilet and 892 million people still practise open defecation. In support of , let us help spread awareness on the global sanitation problems and encourage use of toilets.
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OJ. Yahaya #SDGs💦🌍💧🏞 21h
Achieving an Nigeria is everybody's business, individuals, private sector, NGOs, government and the entire community need to work in synergy to attain the objective
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Antonio RODRIGUEZ Nov 19
Happy ! Celebrating the launching of the campaign - a huge commitment for an Nigeria by 2025
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WSSCC Nov 18
To make rural 🇮🇳 , the Govt of India partnered with development partners, private sector entities, religious leaders, youth, & women, and made everyone’s business. The Call to Action ➡️
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𝑺𝒖𝒏𝒊𝒍 𝑹𝒆𝒅𝒅𝒚 18h
Seeing the issue of swachhta from the eyes of women, PM Modi was successful in ensuring dignity of women. Today, millions of women see transformational benefits with an open defecation free country.
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Saurav Datta 12h
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TEAMCOBY-NIGERIA 14h
requires a sustained shift in the behaviour of whole communities so that a new norm, toilet use by all, is created and accepted. 🚽
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Ola🔥LivinSton 19h
5 diseases that may become a thing of the past if is 100% Typhoid Cholera Hepatitis A Rotavirus Cryptosporidiosis
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Domitila Akpusugh Nov 19
'Clean Nigeria: Use the Toilet' campaign. Let us march towards an Nigeria by 2025. @cleannigeria25
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