News Outlets Report On World Toilet Day, Improving Global Sanitation

News outlets continue to report on World Toilet Day, recognized annually on November 19.

Christian Science Monitor: It’s World Toilet Day: How can we achieve adequate sanitation for all? (Torphy, 11/19).

Deutsche Welle: Strong public health message on U.N. World Toilet Day (Caldwell, 11/19).

Devex: How sanitation and hygiene strategies can promote women’s rights (Cousins, 11/19).

The Guardian: Reading, writing and sanitation: how kids are key to ending toilet taboos (Mathiesen, 11/19).

Huffington Post: Poop Emojis Highlight Fact People Worldwide Lack Access To Sanitation (Goldberg, 11/19).

U.N. News Centre: Marking World Toilet Day, U.N. urges ‘open, frank’ discussion on importance of hygiene and sanitation (11/19).

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