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28 May 2017

Today, the 28th May, is International Menstrual Hygiene Day – a day to raise awareness of the challenges that women and girls worldwide face due to their menstruation as well as highlight solutions that address these challenges.

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05 May 2017

How much do you know about global sanitation? Here’s your chance to test yourself! Take our quiz and learn more about why investing in clean, safe sanitation is so important.

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29 March 2017

We are incredibly lucky as this month we have a special, guest blog post written by Anne Milne.

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8th March 2017

Every year, on the 8th March, International Women’s Day takes place to celebrate the social, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action to accelerate gender parity.

At Sanitation First we’re marking International Women’s Day by:

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20 September 2016
 

Boothampadi School Toilets

A big and personal “THANK YOU” on behalf of all of the people you have helped. The kind donations to our Tamil Nadu Emergency flood appeal made a real difference and helped us to repair all the toilets damaged by the extreme weather.

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20 September 2016
 

Monkton Senior School raise money for India

Pupils at Monkton Senior School, near Bath named Sanitation First as their charity of the year.

The school charity committee arranged a variety of events, including a charity swim consisting of three hours of solid swimming, with one pupil swimming more than 11km to raise the money.

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27 July 2016

Water tank Kundiyamallur School

250 pupils at Kundiyamallur school now have clean water for drinking and hand washing.

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13 May 2016

St Philips Primary School, Odd Down, Bath

St Philip’s Primary School, Odd Down near Bath, have raised an amazing £9,441 – to provide clean water and sanitation for the village of Kouma, a rural community of 600 people in Sierra Leone.

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18 March 2016

Congratulations and well done to our dedicated team, who ran the Bath Half Marathon on Sunday 13th March – The money raised will enable us to build more urgently-needed Grosan (composting) toilets for families in Tamil Nadu, Southeast India, where the vast majority of people do not have any sanitation facilities and open defecation is commonplace.

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