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An estimated 4.5 billion people worldwide live without access to safely managed sanitation, putting them at risk of infectious diseases. Climate change exacerbates these risks by placing strain on sanitation systems. Learn more this 👉
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UN-Water Oct 18
Flood, drought and rising sea levels threaten sanitation systems – from toilets to septic tanks to treatment plants. Everyone must have sustainable sanitation that can withstand climate change and keep communities healthy and functioning. 🚽
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UN-Water Oct 24
Waste offers African women unexpected business opportunities 👉 is about taking action to tackle the global sanitation crisis and achieve Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation.
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When disaster strikes, it usually manifests itself through water. Floods, storms, heat waves, droughts and waterborne disease outbreaks are all becoming more frequent and more intense. But how can toilets help fight climate change?
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Friend in Need Oct 24
Poor is a Lost Opportunity for sustainable future. Join us on and tell everyone about access to . (link in bio)
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UN-Water Oct 23
Wastewater and sludge from toilets contain valuable water, nutrients and energy. Sustainable sanitation systems make productive use of waste to safely boost agriculture and reduce and capture emissions for greener energy.
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SITE4Society Oct 22
Industrial bodies are one of the main obstacles to the elimination of open defecation. How do we stop the constant perpetuation of this practice via engaging policymakers? & will be addressing this question on . More info in bio
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Miss. Foy Oct 22
So many things make me rage cry these days. But tell me how, in 2019, a million children under the age of five, die because they lack access to clean water & sanitation. The rage is unfathomable. To do better is *so* easy. And yet...
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UN-Water Oct 20
Sustainable sanitation is resilient to climate change and safely processes bodily waste. Toilets, combined with clean water and good hygiene, form the strongest defence against and future disease outbreaks.
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UN Information Centre for the Caribbean area Oct 19
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Oxfam Canada Oct 19
🧻 IS HERE! 🧻 Whether in an emergency, or for everyday use at home or at school, toilets are essential. Yet, more than 2.3 billion people don’t have a proper toilet. On , November 19th, donate $2 every time you use the toilet :
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WaterAid International Oct 19
Climate-resilient communities need climate-resilient sanitation. Sustainable sanitation systems keep people healthy, and reuse waste to boost agriculture & support greener energy. Read our approach & standards for sanitation programming👉
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Concern Active Oct 19
On we are hosting a special world café for teachers! This is a unique CPD opportunity where you can: 📌 Develop global citizenship education subject knowledge 📌 Learn a new methodology for online & classroom teaching 📌 Network with other
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ToiletBoardCoalition Oct 19
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Nedjeljka Žagar Oct 19
Did you know that 19 Nov is ? Why does it matter? Billions dream about proper sanitation. This date is marked by UN in an attempt to leave no one behind.
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JustMe 🇦🇺 Oct 21
Replying to @DudeHarefield
What are the police going to do on (19 November). Direct you all to the nearest loo??
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Thames Water Oct 19
Calling all KS2 teachers! Join us from Monday 16 November for a week of fun activities ending with a live, online event on To take part in this exciting event, book via Eventbrite -
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MCIC Oct 19
Coming soon to a Zoom screen near you!🌍🚽Join us for a special online screening of Mr. Toilet: The World's #2 Man in recognition of on November 19. You won’t want to miss this – spaces are limited. Register:
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JustMe 🇦🇺 Oct 21
Replying to @NikkiStix55
Let's see whether the police are serious about their celebrating activities on the 19th November. Fair Dinkum!
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ЮНЕП Oct 19
Наводнения, засуха и повышение уровня моря угрожают нашей с вами санитарии - от туалетов до очистных сооружений. У каждого должен быть доступ к устойчивой санитарии, которая может противостоять изменению климата. http: //worldtoiletday.orgToilet
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