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17 November 2014

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) recently gave an indication that it would develop a r

14 November 2014
Share your plans, stories and pictures of your World Toilet Day activities with us!
13 November 2014

Junaid Ahmad of the World Bank reflects on what it will take to eliminate open defecation, touchi

3 November 2014

India's proposed toilet revolution is all set to repeat mistakes of the past, writes Sreenivasan

31 October 2014

Some 24 percent of Negros Oriental household population are still practicing open defecation or h

30 October 2014

Thank you to everyone who joined the webinar on Disability- Making CLTS fully inclusive

16 October 2014

On Thursday 30th October, 10-11.30am (GMT), the CLTS Knowledge Hub together with Hazel Jones (WED

14 October 2014

‘A picture speaks a thousand words’ – so we are looking for photographs that can help us communic

10 October 2014
Hosted by Columbia University and UNICEF on October 29, 2014, the 3rd Annual Virtual MHM Conference will provide an opportunity to share lessons learned with the WinS community around the world, with a particular focus on MHM programming in WinS in various contexts.
9 October 2014
Since 1986, India has spent over $3 billion on constructing toilets across the country, figures from the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation show. Since 1986, India has spent over $3 billion on constructing toilets across the country, figures from the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation show. Despite such massive investments, India’s sanitation campaigns over the years have unfortunately yielded limited results. India continues to have the largest number of people who defecate in the open.

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