Why Toilets? A Quick Read

Why Toilets? A Quick Read

Poor sanitation is a leading cause of a wide range of adverse effects on people’s health, education, safety, and economic status. Providing clean and safe sanitation provides disadvantaged people with the foundations from which to achieve a full education and improve...
Why Toilets?

Why Toilets?

This is a simple question with multiple answers. Only in the last 150 years has our toilet usage in the UK become as convenient as it is now. The provision of a widespread toilet and sewage system has meant that diseases that were once prevalent in the UK, such as...
‘Dying For The Toilet’ by Isis Barei-Guyot

‘Dying For The Toilet’ by Isis Barei-Guyot

Having access to adequate sanitation is a luxury that many in the Global North rarely question. But should we see it as a luxury? After all, it was confirmed as a human right by the United Nations in 2010. This human right, however, is virtually meaningless for over a...
World Soil Day and Global Sanitation

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...
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