Blog Post Recognizes World Toilet Day, Highlights CDC’s Efforts To Improve Sanitation In Developing Nations

CDC’s “Our Global Voices”: Everyone Needs Somewhere to Go: World Toilet Day
Madison Walter, health communications specialist and ORISE fellow with CDC, recognizes World Toilet Day on November 19 and highlights CDC’s global efforts to improve access to clean and safe toilets. Walter writes, “CDC is working to increase the evidence base needed to provide clean and safe toilets and safely managed sanitation services in developing countries with limited resources. CDC’s efforts to improve sanitation are part of a worldwide initiative to break the silence surrounding the sanitation crisis” (11/16).

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