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Volodymyr Yelchenko Nov 20
Probably that was their special tribute to the marked yesterday? No joke 😩
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PreventionWeb Nov 20
What if your sanitation system broke down during a flood? As latrines & septic tanks flood, waste goes into the streets & streams, which can cause diseases to spread. Robust 🚽 in the face of flooding may prevent a 2nd wave of ppl getting ill or hurt😷
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BBC Learning English Nov 21
Do you try to save when you're at home? What do you do? A new spray that makes slippery could save billions of litres of water every day. Learn the media is using to discuss this story:
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American Standard CA Nov 19
It is such a simple part of our everyday life that so many of us don't even think about, but the issue is there.
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American Standard CA Nov 19
According to - 673 million people still practice open defecation worldwide.
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NOIPolls Nov 24
8 in 10 Nigerians (80%) asserts that open defecation is prevalent in Nigeria. How prevalent is open defecation In your locality? Share your thoughts with us.
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Adani Foundation Nov 26
On , our Sanginis facilitated sanitation awareness for 4,000+ people with 94 focus group discussions & 39 programmes in 122 villages. Here are few glimpses from the eventful day that brought many communities closer to better hygiene & health.
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Shah Nasir Khisro Nov 20
The 4.2 billion people in the World living without safely managed Sanitation services often face many forms of discrimination. They can be left behind as they try to access and manage Sanitation services or improve their current facilities.
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NOIPolls Nov 22
Replying to @NOIPolls
Welcome to our tweetchat. How prevalent is the issue of open defecation In your locality? Join the conversation using the and share your thoughts and experiences with us. Learn more
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The Enigma Nov 20
Open defacation is an urban menace as is a rural plague. The Minister of Water Resources, Suleiman Adamu stated that Nigeria is ranked #1 in Africa and is in the world's top chart. In your opinion, how can Nigeria tackle this "shitty" situation?
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Sanitation and Water for all 💧 Nov 20
Today marks the 30 years of the Convention on the Rights to the Child - an important day following . Let us all remind that for many in the world, the vision of the convention has NOT yet materialized & has yet to become a .
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Dark Paradigm Games Nov 25
Today we made a map of the Dark Paradigm Games world domination programme. We've got a pretty international team, but haven't covered anything in Asia, Africa or South America yet.
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Waddesdon Nov 20
It was yesterday and we wanted to celebrate Waddesdon's following the introduction of our very own Changing Places Toilet last year.
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Anis Farooqui Nov 20
13.2m Pakistanis have no toilet facility. Under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan ("Clean India") campaign in India toilet coverage today stands at an impressive 99.22 percent. It is about public toilets. Apna ghar Saaf karo....
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Irũngũ Houghton Nov 22
1-4 Intriguingly, world celebrates on same day Nov19. This year, Muoroto offered a beautiful box of + a simple demand, County must not leave any BEHIND, behind. More
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Witness - Al Jazeera Nov 20
This is how one campaigner for global sanitation got the to agree that November 19 would be . Watch the full documentary here:
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Jennifer Peebles Nov 19
It's World Toilet Day 2019! has your toilet-related data. I made last year's Georgia map with some colored highlighters, this time I used . Plumbing data > ACS (5-year) table B25047. Happy flushing!
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sabasaran Nov 19
A restroom in mumbai slum. It is not wholly due to government. It is partly due to real estate investors who had been educated to be money-minded, instead of being humane capitalist.
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Veena Reddy Nov 20
Learning about toilet construction in Svay Rieng today with & ! Excited about our new collaboration on a Development Impact Bond for sanitation in !
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OSIR ROBERT Dec 3
SDG 6 emphasizes eradication of open defecation globally. In Kenya (a high burden country), 5.5 M people practise OD. 2030, just 10 (3,650 days) years away, 550,000 should stop OD yearly (1,506 pple daily). To achieve this, we need business unusual approaches
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