Rewiring the System

World Water Day Today: World Toilet Organization

Posted in Uncategorized by rewiringangel on March 25, 2010

“When the well is dry, we learn the worth of water.”
– Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard’s Almanac
Today is World Water Day – a day celebrated since way back in 1993
by the UN to basically state what you already know: human beings
cannot live without water.  Obviously, right?  Yet one billion people
on our planet don’t have access to clean water; a tragedy which
contributes to disease and death.

Water is also crucial to good sanitation.  Together, a lack of access
to water and sanitation is killing 4,000 children every day.
But let’s not get bogged down in the sad news, but take action.  We
are using this World Water Day to raise awareness about the
importance of water, and to urge politicians from across the globe to
take a stand for access to sanitation and clean water.

Won’t you join us?
-Show politicians you care about water and sanitation by taking part
of the Guinness World Record attempt to form the World’s Longest
Toilet Queue something about World Water Day on Facebook or Twitter

-Donate money to solving issues of sanitation demand, supply, and
affordability on a macro scale{LAST_UPDATED}&utm_source=VerticalResponse&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=Text%20Version%20-%20Link%202&utm_campaign=Happy%20World%20Water%20Day

Thank you for all that you do,

The World Toilet Organization Team

P.S. If you are in Singapore, won’t you join us at our own World’s
Longest Toilet Queue party?


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