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World Toilet Day is a day to raise awareness and inspire action to tackle the global sanitation crisis – a topic often neglected and shrouded in taboos. Today, 2.4 billion people are struggling to stay well, keep their children alive and work their way to a better future – all for the want of a toilet.

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This year’s theme focuses on how sanitation, or the lack of it, can impact on livelihoods. Toilets play a crucial role in creating a strong economy, as well as improving health and protecting people’s safety and dignity, particularly women’s and girls’.

Indiais the country with the highest number of people practicing open defecation, around 490 million people. This is 47 percent of the population (13 percent of urban dwellers and 70 percent of villagers).

This means that 47 percent of our population suffer from poor workforce health, leading to cases of absenteeism, attrition, reduced concentration, exhaustion and decreased productivity. Loss of productivity due to poor sanitation and health is estimated to cost our country 5 percent of our GDP.

Investing in good toilets in workplaces and schools so that women and girls have clean, separate facilities to maintain their dignity, and to manage menstruation or pregnancy safely, can boost what is often referred to as the ‘girl effect’: maximising the involvement of half the population in society.

Here is a short video on this year's theme

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You can support our cause and organization by going to buff.ly/2gsBN73 and donating.
No one has ever become poor by giving!

#KIBalways #bigsquat #worldtoiletday #opendefecation #wecantwait #sanitation #igiveashit
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World Toilet Day is a day to raise awareness and inspire action to tackle the global sanitation crisis – a topic often neglected and shrouded in taboos. Today, 2.4 billion people are struggling to stay well, keep their children alive and work their way to a better future – all for the want of a toilet.

http://buff.ly/2g4rCR2

This year’s theme focuses on how sanitation, or the lack of it, can impact on livelihoods. Toilets play a crucial role in creating a strong economy, as well as improving health and protecting people’s safety and dignity, particularly women’s and girls’.

Indiais the country with the highest number of people practicing open defecation, around 490 million people. This is 47 percent of the population (13 percent of urban dwellers and 70 percent of villagers).

This means that 47 percent of our population suffer from poor workforce health, leading to cases of absenteeism, attrition, reduced concentration, exhaustion and decreased productivity. Loss of productivity due to poor sanitation and health is estimated to cost our country 5 percent of our GDP.

Investing in good toilets in workplaces and schools so that women and girls have clean, separate facilities to maintain their dignity, and to manage menstruation or pregnancy safely, can boost what is often referred to as the ‘girl effect’: maximising the involvement of half the population in society.

Here is a short video on this year's theme http://buff.ly/2g4u1LA

If you like our post then please share it as much as possible.
You can support our cause and organization by going to buff.ly/2g4vrG3 and donating.
No one has ever become poor by giving!

#KIBalways #bigsquat #worldtoiletday #opendefecation #wecantwait #sanitation #igiveashit
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Great words from a great man! #KIBalways #abdulkalam
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A beuatiful effort to promote gender equality and literacy!


Join hands with KIB to help education reach more girls! Share this post as much as possible! #KIBalways #girlsCHARGE
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India's literacy rate is at 74.04% which means that 25.96% of Indian children do not have access to public schools, books or other educational materials. 25.96% of potential world leaders will never realise their potential because they were never educated. 25.96% potential doctors, engineers, pilots, teachers, scientists and astronauts will never become these because they were never given a chance. NO! We will not stand here and watch such a waste of talent. This is A Call to Action! Share this message as much as possible so we can spread our message of increasing literacy. #DoItNow #KIBalways #literacy #2030NOW #change #education
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