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Happy World Toilet Day from us all. Learn more about the day here: http://goo.gl/jUaLza

Happy World Toilet Day from us all. Learn more about the day here: http://goo.gl/jUaLza

This World Toilet Day sing #ThankYouToilet with WaterAid!

This World Toilet Day sing #ThankYouToilet with...

Singing Toilet Will Make You Laugh And Care About World Toilet Day

More than 40 per cent of the world population don't have access to a hygienic toilet. That's more that 2.6 Billion people world wide that don't have access to something that the rest of us take for granted. On November 19th the importance of sanitation and good hygiene is celebrated with the tenth anniversary of World Toilet Day, an event set up by The World Toilet Organisation in 2001 to raise awareness for the millions of lives lost due to lack of sanitation.

The World Toilet Organisation is once again celebrating World toilet Day looking at raising awareness to the lack of hygienic.

Credit: WaterAid / Marco Betti

Credit: WaterAid / Marco Betti

Toilet Day Field Guide - Toilet of the Day: Open Defecation

Reinvent the toilet to provide global sanitation solutions to developing countries.

After being sealed for 8-12 months, the contents of this composting toilet have "cooked off" all bacteria and parasites, leaving behind a rich fertilizer.

After being sealed for months, the contents of this composting toilet have "cooked off" all bacteria and parasites, leaving behind a rich fertilizer.

Ways You Can Celebrate World Toilet Day

Ways You Can Celebrate World Toilet Day

Water; a human right? The poor pay the highest cost for water.

World water day: how the poor pay more in west Africa – in pictures

Children queue to collect clean water in the Malian village of Diatoula, outside of Bamako, which has more than inhabitants. As many as million people, more than a third of the population, lack safe water. The situation for sanitation is worse at

More than vaccinations, more than seat belts, more than any other innovation in health care, modern sanitation is considered to have saved the most lives. ToiletDay.org

More than vaccinations, more than seat belts, more than any other innovation in health care, modern sanitation is considered to have saved the most lives. ToiletDay.org

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A young boy in a muddy puddle with green drinking cup.

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billion people around the global don't have access to a toilet. Journalist Rose George explains why we need to start talking shit.

Four ways toilets change girls' lives - ToiletDay.org

Four ways toilets change girls' lives - ToiletDay.org

Toilet Day Field Guide - Toilet of the Day: The ArborLoo

Reinvent the toilet to provide global sanitation solutions to developing countries.

WaterAid is an international non governmental organization. Our mission is to transform lives by improving access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation in the world's poorest communities.

With the help of amazing people like you, we're working with our partners in some of the toughest places in the world to get clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene to everyone, everywhere.

These are the latrines @Voss Foundation is building in #Swaziland! Toilet Day Field Guide - Toilet of the Day: VIP Latrine

These are the latrines Voss Foundation is building in Toilet Day Field Guide - Toilet of the Day: VIP Latrine

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