Toilet twinning raises funds to enable people living in poor communities to have clean water, a basic toilet, and to learn about hygiene – a vital combination that helps end generational poverty.
2.5 billion people don’t have a loo. Around a third of the world’s population have to use fields, streams, rivers, railway lines, canal banks, roadsides, plastic bags, or buckets. Every minute, a child under the age of five dies because of dirty water and poor sanitation.
Just £60 twins one toilet with a single hygienic latrine in an impoverished community. We will receive a certificate to hang in our loo, with the GPS co-ordinates and a photo of the sponsored toilet.
Between Friday 18th and Thursday 24th March, cash donations may be left at Geography Reception or the collecting box in the kitchen.