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Kenya | 17.5 million people in Kenya lack access to safe water. | #WhereWeWork | Water.org

Ethiopia | 76.3 million people do not have access to improved sanitation facilities. | #WhereWeWork | Water.org

Uganda | 23.3 million people do not have access to improved sanitation facilities. | #WhereWeWork | Water.org

New #UNHCR report says global forced displacement at 18-year high - http://www.unhcr.org/51c071816.html

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2.5 Billion People Don't Have Access To A Toilet. Here's Why You Should Care.

2.5 Billion People Don't Have Access To A Toilet. Here's Why You Should Care. [INFOGRAPHIC]:

328 million people in sub-saharan Africa still use unimproved drinking water sources. That's more than the entire population of the United States. #fortydaysofwater #worldwaterday

52% of human trafficking recruitment is done by men, 42% is done by women, and 6% involve both men and women. No single gender is culpable, and we can all be part of the solution. End Sex Slavery!

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Rethink Homelessness

Rethink Homelessness.

Occupied Palestinian territory (oPt): A man shows his index finger marked with election ink after voting in Rafah Refugee Camp, Gaza Strip. UNDP’s Programme of Assistance to the Palestinian People (PAPP) works extensively in the field of democratic governance primarily to develop institutions and processes that are responsive to the needs of ordinary citizens, particularly the poor. http://on.undp.org/rBzSf

It's World Toilet Day. Recognized by the United Nations, today is the first-ever World Toilet Day. 2.6 billion people lack access to proper sanitation, such as a decent toilet or latrine. #worldtoiletday #toilets4all

Sanitation: After a disaster, water & sewage lines may be disrupted. Earthquakes, floods & mudslides can break sewage & water lines. In power outages water & sewer lines may fail as they are dependant on electricity to run their pumps. Sanitation can become a serious problem very quickly! “People affected by disasters are more likely to become ill & to die from diseases related to inadequate sanitation & water supplies than from any other single cause” (WHO)- Go to site for tips on how to…