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It was quite hard for Jenny to adjust to the situation, having had a toilet back in Manila. Only a few households in Milagros had a toilet. (...) Furthermore, all households can access sanitary toilets – either through individual household facilities, shared toilets, or communal toilets. (...) November 19 is World Toilet Day. In 2019, UNICEF Philippines and the Department of Health (DOH), is leading the World Toilet Day Celebration in the country, with the theme “Toilets for All: Leaving No One Behind”.
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Score: 1094079 - https://www.unicef.org/philipp...ng-healthy-starts-clean-toilet
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It is estimated that around 60 percent of people in the region don´t have a toilet. Some of the schools don´t have toilets or they are in poor shape. (...) The first target for toilets was the schools. Built toilets and hygiene education serve as an initial push towards hygienic toilet culture. The aim was to inspire people to build functional toilets for their families, and to increase use of toilet waste as fertilizer and therefore improve farming conditions.
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Score: 1088434.7 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...voices/cases_gdta_zambia.shtml
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Toilet repairs and water system rehabilitation in Brgy. (...) UNICEF Philippines/2022/AC Dimatatac Jevee, 15, is helping out in the repairs of their toilet. The cash assistance covers the improvement of the toilet’s floor, walls, roof and plumbing fixtures. (...) A decent toilet for good hygiene is important for Jevee, saying that she could live in a nipa hut just to make sure that they will have enough resources to set up a functioning toilet.
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Score: 1088182.9 - https://www.unicef.org/philipp...ern-leyte-after-typhoon-odette
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The theme for this year’s World Toilet Day is “Valuing toilets” which calls for concerted efforts from all stakeholders in achieving access to sustainable sanitation by all. It reiterates that life without a toilet is dirty, dangerous and undignified and that public health depends on toilets. Toilets also drive improvements in gender equality, education, economy and the environment.
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Score: 1088080.7 - https://www.unicef.org/bhutan/...t-improved-sanitation-coverage
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What’s new for World Toilet Day in 2019? “The theme of World Toilet Day 2019, “leaving no one behind,” is aligned with the central promise of the Sustainable Development Goals. This year, we want to show that a toilet is not just a toilet—it’s a lifesaver, dignity-protector and opportunity-maker. (...) Good examples of this include flush/pour flush toilets connected to piped sewer systems, septic tanks or latrine pits, ventilated improved pit latrines, composting toilets; or, pit latrines with slab covers.
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Score: 1087990.5 - https://www.un.org/development...ble/world-toilet-day-2019.html
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“In March this year we assessed Luhox hamlet’s toilet status and found that majority of households shared toilets – in some cases 3 to 4 households were using one toilet. (...) “But when the community mobilisers came here and taught us that it is important for every home to have a toilet and the women decided that we should build the toilets together and for everyone, I knew that I could now finally get one,” She says. (...) They constructed handwashing stations for each toilet, paved footpaths to the toilets with stones for easier and safer access, planted flowers around them for beautification and take pride in keeping them clean.
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Score: 1087774.1 - https://www.unicef.org/png/sto...-build-toilets-every-household
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In his message for World Toilet Day on Friday, the UN chief affirmed that everyone should have access to hygienic, safe and sustainable sanitation.  (...) Toilets save lives.On #WorldToiletDay, I call for massive investment & innovation in sanitation for all. pic.twitter.com/YTydUw88tT António Guterres, UN Secretary-General antonioguterres Dirty, dangerous and deadly  “Life without a toilet is dirty, dangerous and undignified,” he said . (...) Investment and innovation  The Secretary-General said toilets save lives and drive improvements in gender equality and society as a whole.   
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Score: 1086156.7 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/11/1106192
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UN Water Secretary-General Message - 2021 Life without a toilet is dirty, dangerous and undignified.  Everyone should have access to hygienic, safe, and sustainable sanitation. (...) Many countries have transformed their health systems by acting on sanitation facilities and ensuring everyone has access to toilets. On World Toilet Day, let us keep our promise to leave no one behind and take action to deliver health and sanitation for all. (...) Many countries have transformed their health systems by acting on sanitation facilities and ensuring everyone has access to toilets. On World Toilet Day, let us keep our promise to leave no one behind and take action to deliver health and sanitation for all.
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Score: 1085982.3 - https://www.un.org/en/observances/toilet-day/message
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UN Water Secretary-General Message - 2021 Life without a toilet is dirty, dangerous and undignified.  Everyone should have access to hygienic, safe, and sustainable sanitation. (...) Many countries have transformed their health systems by acting on sanitation facilities and ensuring everyone has access to toilets. On World Toilet Day, let us keep our promise to leave no one behind and take action to deliver health and sanitation for all. (...) Many countries have transformed their health systems by acting on sanitation facilities and ensuring everyone has access to toilets. On World Toilet Day, let us keep our promise to leave no one behind and take action to deliver health and sanitation for all.
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Score: 1085982.3 - https://www.un.org/en/node/112566
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WASH FIELD NOTE Development of a Disaster-Resilient Toilet: lessons from the States of Assam and Gujarat, India SUMMARY This Field Note describes the development process of designing a Disaster-Resilient Toilet (DRT) which was carried out in the States of Assam and Gujarat in India. (...) The impact of flooding and cyclones has meant that existing toilets are damaged, often beyond repair, as the design of these toilets does not take into account the specific features needed for them to be disaster resistant. (...) This necessitated an urgent need to develop and design a disaster-resilient toilet with features that will enable toilets to resist both flooding and cyclones.
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Score: 1085842.2 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/media/11801/file
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