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CELEBRATING 13 YEARS OF IMPROVING SANITATION 19 NOVEMBER
Shit is not a charismatic specie
Water overshadows sanitation WATSAN
Indignity in the Dark
Flying Toilets in Africa
Polluted River, Dead Water
2.5 BILLIONs without access to basic sanitation. 4.1 Billions without excreta treatment 1.5 MILLION Children Die of Diarrhoea every year FACTS
What We Don’t Discuss We Can’t Improve
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True American Spirit
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Canberra Parliament, Australia
World Toilet Cup, Uganda
UN Human Rights Expert, Catarina de Albuquerque
Liberia President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf National TV Message
Shah Rukh Khan, WSSCC Global Ambassador for Sanitation and Hygiene
Matt Damon Strike
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Commitment with President Clinton
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World Toilet Day 19 Nov to become UN Official Day
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LOVE YOUR TOILET
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