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AfricaSan4: Why Open defecation may continue in Africa, until 2030

Special Report on the 4th Africa Sanitation and Hygiene Conference (Africasan4), Dakar, Senegal                                   ...

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39m Nigerians practice open defecation-WHO/UNICEF

About 39million Nigeria practice open defecation, says a new report by the WHO and UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme released today. This new figure is up by 4m from 35m stated ...

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1billion people worldwide practice open defecation, says United Nations

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About  1 billion people in the world still practice open defecation, says the United Nations, which has also called on religious, education and opinion leaders in developing regions to join ...

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World Toilet Day- Let’s Make Open defecation history in Nigeria

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As Nigeria joins the world to mark the World Toilet Day, on Wednesday, November 19, 2014, Bread of Life Development Foundation non-governmental organization has called on Nigerians to collectively work ...

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World Toilet day November 19, 2014

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Countdown to World Toilet Day- November 19

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Nigeria to mark World Toilet Day on November 19

Next Thursday, November 19, World Toilet Day will be marked in Nigeria and several countries around the world. The yearly event started in 2001 when the World Toilet Association http://worldtoiletday.org/ declared ...

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40% of Nigerian women defecate in the open- survey

As the World marks World Water Day today, November 19, WaterAid Nigeria released a report that shows seven in  ten women in Nigeria have no access to a safe toilet, ...

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WASH: in Gangare, open defecation is the only option

Gangare, a tin mining community, in Jos North Local Government, Plateau state, open defecation and sourcing drinking water from well is the only option available to residents to access water ...

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