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International Toilet Day
Give a S--t!
Mark your calendars! November 19 has been designated by the United Nations as World Toilet Day.
Whaattt? There is actually a day devoted to the honor of the humble toilet? The answer is both “Yes” and “This is serious stuff.”
Looking back over the past 300 years, the greatest gains in human health and lifespan have occurred after improvements in sanitation. One estimate is that the smallpox vaccine added about 2 years to worldwide longevity, the polio vaccine added about 7 years. The flush toilet added 15 years.The polio virus is spread via human fecal material. We cannot eliminate polio in the world without universal treatment of human waste, the two are closely related.
Rotary and the Rotary Foundation know the importance of sanitation and have made Water and Sanitation one of its Six Areas of Focus. The Gates Foundation knows the importance of sanitation and has sponsored a contest to develop a self-contained toilet which does not require a community sanitation system. (The University of Toronto in Zone 24 took $40,000 and third place in this competition for their device which sanitizes waste and recovers usable resources.)
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