People are dying worldwide because they lack something most in developed countries take completely for granted.
Eyewitnesses said there was blood on the table and blood on the floor below the raccoon corpse.
After the midnight ball drop, NYC sanitation workers -- described as the "real MVPs" -- began their long night of work.
The dirtiest item in your house just got grosser.
With budgets tight, the city had to think creatively, and make more of the facilities they have. The approach they've taken
1) There is no problem in science that can be solved by a man that cannot be solved by a woman. "I live and work with three
The truth is, a toilet doesn't have to be gold-plated to be a luxury for many people outside of America. Globally, 2.4 billion
Public private partnerships in action: SWEEP Our experience has shown that sanitation entrepreneurs are highly unlikely to
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My work in Somalia twenty-five years ago is still very much with me today. We have come a long way, but still have much further
For some, the weekend brings 48-hours of adventure and exploration with friends and family. For others, the weekend is packed
Once again, international news has turned to Haiti as another disaster hits the country. Ignoring the fact that little has
No woman or child should risk death, disease or rape when having to go to the bathroom. Vietnam's journey towards reaching the Sustainable Development Goal nr 6 (clean water and sanitation) is an important one.
Let me be clear: I would much rather be celebrating news that every single person in Brazil has clean water and a toilet
By Gidon Bromberg and Hilik Bar Water shortages in many West Bank Palestinian towns and cities are even worse than in Gaza
More than 6 million people in Kenya defecate in the open.
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I learnt that, like Ahlam, many of the women here are widows. Between January and March this year, the main water treatment
If I were Larry Page, I would, first, ask: is there a sufficient and urgent unmet need for it? Furthermore, are there other