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World Toilet Day History
World Toilet Day aims to raise awareness about sanitation and hygiene issues around the world. Poor sanitation and hygiene refer to a lack of access to clean drinking water, toilets, and showers. Poor sanitation drastically increases the risk of disease and malnutrition, especially for women and children. According to the CDC as of 2021, about 4.2 billion people do not have access to properly managed and sanitary toilets.
World Toilet Day was designated by the United Nations in July 2013. It is celebrated annually on November 19 as people all over the world take action and support the basic human right of access to clean water and sanitation.
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World Toilet Day References and Related Siteswww.worldtoiletday.info: World Toilet Day www.un.org: United Nations Toilet Day www.cdc.gov: CDC - World Toilet Day