Nov 06, 2014 from Somalia
Sanitation is dignity. We come from a culture where we have never had sanitary kit samples or well designed packages.
It's well known by now: a majority of Indians do not have a toilet. They urinate and defecate in the open. They include men, women, children and adolescent girls. It’s a shame.
If you have been following the news from Asia in the past few days, you may have heard of the latest act of violence against women that has horrified India: 2 teen age girls abducted, raped and then
Today is World Toilet Day. In 2001 the World Toilet Organization ( WTO) declared its founding day, 19th November, as World Toilet Day.
5 Nov 2012, Gorakhpur, a small village in Uttar Pradesh is the fifth stop of Nirmal Bharat Yatra (the Great Wash Yatra).
Sep 06, 2012 from Nigeria
Water is necessary for Life and all organisms need water to survive. There is therefore no gainsaying that Water is Life!
Jun 11, 2012 from Nigeria
A woman who was knocked down at night time by a fast moving motorbike, unfortunately died on the spot. Many who knew her said her death had been looming but could have been avoided.
Sep 23, 2010 from Tanzania
UNICEF and partners fight deadly, but preventable, cholera outbreak in Cameroon
© UNICEF Cameroon/2010/Sprigge
Oct 23, 2009 from United States
By Jonathan Greenblatt, Huffington Post, Oct. 16, 2009
You may be woman, but I can’t hear you roar. In fact, I can’t hear you at all.