World Soil Day and Global Sanitation

The 5th December is World Soil Day, an annual global observance dedicated to raising awareness for one of the earth’s most important reserves. Soil is a finite resource that is fundamental to human livelihoods, yet all over the world its condition is declining at an alarming rate.

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Let’s Break the Taboo for World Toilet Day

World Toilet Day falls on the 19th November, which is also a special day for our organisation, as it is also Dr Shunmuga Paramasivan's birthday. Dr Shunmuga Paramasivan has been working in sanitation for more than forty years, and we are very lucky to have him as an...

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Guest Blog Post: Anne and Gordon Milne Visit Puducherry

We are incredibly lucky to have a special, guest blog post this month, written by Anne Milne. Earlier this year, Anne and Gordon Milne visited some of our sanitation projects in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. They also opened our brand new ecosan toilet block at Periya...

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The Human Right to a Toilet

In 2015, the United Nations General Assembly declared sanitation a universal human right. This means that everyone, everywhere, has the right to a toilet. Did you realise that through your last trip to the bathroom, you were actually exercising one of your fundamental...

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World Soil Day and Global Sanitation

The 5th December is World Soil Day, an annual global observance dedicated to raising awareness for one of the earth’s most important reserves. Soil is a finite resource that is fundamental to human livelihoods, yet all over the world its condition is declining at an alarming rate.

Let’s Break the Taboo for World Toilet Day

World Toilet Day falls on the 19th November, which is also a special day for our organisation, as it is also Dr Shunmuga Paramasivan's birthday. Dr Shunmuga Paramasivan has been working in sanitation for more than forty years, and we are very lucky to have him as an...

Guest Blog Post: Anne and Gordon Milne Visit Puducherry

We are incredibly lucky to have a special, guest blog post this month, written by Anne Milne. Earlier this year, Anne and Gordon Milne visited some of our sanitation projects in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. They also opened our brand new ecosan toilet block at Periya...

17 Reasons Why We Should All Be Talking About Ecological Sanitation (Ecosan)

Here at Sanitation First, we believe that our ecological ecosan models should be taking over the world of sanitation. We believe that more people knew about the world-changing, sustainable power of ecological sanitation.

The Human Right to a Toilet

In 2015, the United Nations General Assembly declared sanitation a universal human right. This means that everyone, everywhere, has the right to a toilet. Did you realise that through your last trip to the bathroom, you were actually exercising one of your fundamental...
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