#WorldToiletDay

Life without a safe toilet is unreasonable!

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#WorldToiletDay

Life without a safe toilet is unreasonable!

#WorldToiletDay

Life without a safe toilet is unreasonable!

3.6 billion people around the world still lack access to safe toilets and fail to properly dispose of human waste

During one of our expedition trips to Cambodia in 2016, we discovered that local houses often lack the most basic facilities like toilets. To our surprise, it turned out that villagers usually defecate in bushes or in makeshift “toilets” by the river, which can easily pollute water sources, spread diseases, and lead to widespread sanitation crisis.

A toilet improves more than just sanitation problems

For women and girls, having safe sanitation facilities at home, school and work place
is the greatest protection for them, especially during menstruation and pregnancy period.

A toilet improves more than just sanitation problems

For women and girls, having safe sanitation facilities at home, school and work place
is the greatest protection for them, especially during menstruation and pregnancy period.

Donate $3,500

to build a Household Toilet to end the sanitation crisis for a Cambodian family

In addition to providing a private space for personal use, the toilet is also connected to a septic tank, which prevents human waste from being exposed to open air , contaminating nearby water sources and spreading diseases.

  • You can name your water facility as a souvenir; or as a gift for relatives and friends to share the joy with our beneficiary families in Cambodia
  • The construction process will take about six months. When the projects are completed, you will receive a physical and electronic completion report, including project completion photos
  • The electronic version of the completion report contains the GPS location of your project’s water facilities



 

#WorldToiletDay
Squat Challenge

Our slogan「豈有廁理」expresses the unreasonableness of living without safe toilets. We want Hong Kong people to understand that we should care more about toilets because 3.6 billion people around the world still do not have access to this basic sanitation facility, and they often need to defecate in open areas.

We launched the Squat Challengeas a way toattract everyone's attention to "World Toilet Day". If you feel embarrassed just doing a squat for a minute on the street, imagine how it feels to go to the toilet in public?

How to join #WorldToiletDay Squat Challenge

1. Take a photo/video of one person/two persons/several people/a group of people doing a squat in the city.Upload them to your social media platform

2. Tag @adropoflife,and then tag 3 friends @friend1 @friend2 @friend3 to accept the challenge together

3. Hashtag#豈有廁理廁所都無個 #WorldToiletDay #點滴是生命 #adropoflife

It's that simple!