World Toilet Day

A symbol of opulence you sit on every day. You may be chuckling, but I'm about to get very serious. In the rural villages
Thousands of toilets lie abandoned in India either never used or abandoned after short use, due to poor construction quality
American public bathrooms are often designed to make the experience exceedingly uncomfortable. Silence about the issue persists, largely because of cultural taboos that discourage any discussion about alleviating design flaws.
Average living standards improved while the government managed to halve the rates of poverty, hunger and lack of clean drinking water. Despite this success, one major failure sticks out: sanitation.
Globally, 2.4 billion people do not have access to adequate sanitation, like a basic toilet. Over 660 million people do not have access to clean and safe drinking water.
It's a devastating health and women's rights issue.
Across the world, 2.4 billion people do not have access to proper sanitation, including toilets and latrines, with nearly
As the world leaders set out to determine how to achieve the new ambitious Sustainable Development Goals, we encourage them to explore ensuring access to affordable capital for sanitation solutions for all.
Some people have suggested that a campaign around poop emojis is superficial. But when it comes to engaging the public on a serious but seemingly far-away problem, we're counting on our poop emoji friends to give us a hand.