Access To Clean Toilets, Education Improves Children’s Lives, UNICEF Reports

NPR: Access To Toilets And Books Improves Life For Kids Across The Globe
“The world is in the midst of a porcelain revolution. Nearly two billion people have gained access to clean toilets, or at least a decent outhouse, since 1990, the non-profit UNICEF reports Thursday. … That rise in sanitation has led to big health improvements, the agency says. … But toilets aren’t only the reason the world is becoming a better place for kids. Children around the globe today have more access to education, medicine, and food than they did two decades ago, UNICEF finds…” (Beaubien, 1/30).

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