Sanitation

Sanitation

Drinking of clean water is a collective effort

The first collaborative international effort to create significant impacts on the global water and sanitation situation came from the First International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (1981–1990) which ultimately met with limited success. However, new innovations exist that may lead to greater success in the second decade International Decade for Action: Water for Life (2005–2015), such as increases in public-private ...more »

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SANITATION MARKETING TO IMPROVE RURAL SANITATION AT SCALE

Seventy percent (70%) of the 2.6 billion people world wide lack access to improved sanitation live in rural areas, one of every people who lack access to improved sanitation practice open defecation. Sanitation marketing marketing is about more than just training masons. It involves a more comprehensive demand and supply strengthening strategy drawing on social and commercial marketing and behavior change communication ...more »

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African Governments Should Amend A Policy That Force Foreign Investors Ensure Sources Of Clean Drinking Water Before They Set Up

If you try to read the statistics via google, a big number of foreign big companies are setting up businesses in different parts of Africa. Many of these companies mascarade in the name of improving local human welbeing through building infrastructure but when in the actural sence a few of these companies fulfill their promises hence diverting all profits made to their native countries living African states more poorer. ...more »

Submitted by (@mattderrick)

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improvement of water quality in rular area

in Africa the main area of water contaminated, such as water source, home, un appropriate equipment using, lack of knowledge water treatment

Submitted by (@sheferawtlahun)

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Open free defecation must stop

In the country Uganda that i live in , in certain rural and surprisingly some urban areas where the un learned or un educated persons on hygiene have resorted to using the nearby bush to relieve them selves of Feaces causing so much harm with that little emergency as they called it that could not wait to be dumped in the latrine. Open free defecation has been fought but am putting to light that in the area i work in now ...more »

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