23 December 2014
A World Bank report — Mind Society and Behaviour — describes an impressive set of results when behavioural aspects are integrated into development policies. Released recently, the report shows that insights into how people make decisions can lead to new interventions that help households to save more, firms to increase productivity, communities to reduce the prevalence of diseases, parents to improve cognitive development in children, and consumers to save energy.
23 December 2014

Kadjebi District in Ghana is working hard at becoming the first to end open defecation in 2015.

11 December 2014

Sustainability is without doubt one of the most burning subject matters that subsumes many of the

24 November 2014

Floating toilets. Toilets on wheels pulled by bikes. Toilets that compost.

24 November 2014

Mr Julius Debrah, Minister for Local Government and Rural Development Wednesday expressed exasper

17 November 2014
The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) recently gave an indication that it would develop a road map for Nigeria to end open defecation by 2025. The organisation hold the belief that by eliminating open defecation, rampant cases of diarrhoea that kill many children of less than five years annually in the country, would reduce.
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, touching on key elements such as political will, behaviour change, sanitation marketing, the role of the public sector and incentives.
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


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