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Here is our bold idea for world toilet day 2012 … Eradicate Open Defecation!

November 19 is World Toilet Day! Let’s reflect on that a moment … for all those in the world with toilets to sit on, that may indeed be a very good place to reflect! Unfortunately 2.6 Billion people are without a safe place to go. It is November 2012 and yet almost 40% of our World’s […]

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Looking for bold ideas with big impact!

Today’s WASH Canada Blog is written by guest blogger Raymond Shih from our partner organization Grand Challenges Canada. Come hear more Ray and his colleagues on Nov 15 at our WASH Canada launch event in Toronto: Do you have a bold idea with big impact in the about areas of health-related water and sanitation? If […]

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Innovation, Inspiration and Action on Nov 15 – WASH Canada Launch – Invitation

Hello WASH enthusiasts! We would like to invite you to our official WASH Canada launch event on Thursday, November 15, at 6 pm at the University Club of Toronto. We have a fun evening planned with a great line up of distinguished speakers who will address the issue of innovation in the Water, Sanitation and […]

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3-Cities, 3-Days of Women, Water, Toilet discussions in Canada

  A big thank-you goes out to our speakers, partners, funders and all of you who joined us at our events in Hamilton (September 18), Toronto (September 19) and Ottawa (September 20) last week! Our gratitude particularly goes out to the Honourable Minister Mutagamba from Uganda who was the keynote speaker for the series. The […]

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Hamilton, Toronto, Ottawa … starting a Canadian WASH dialogue with HE Maria Mutagamba

  HE Maria Mutagamba: “Mama Africa for WASH” WASH Canada, UNU-INWEH and H2O 4 All, are honored to host the Hon. Maria Mutagamba as the keynote speaker at our women-in-water series on September 18-20. The Hon. Maria Emilly Lubega Mutagamba has been the Minister of Water and Environment of Uganda from 2006-August 2012. She is […]

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Why we need WASH Canada

There are many people and effective organizations in Canada dedicating their time to helping increase access to clean water and latrines to the 800 million and 2.4 billion people respectively around the globe who live in need of these basic life saving services. (more…)

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Profiling women around the globe who are fighting to bring water and sanitation to those in need.

There are many people and effective organizations in Canada dedicating their time to helping increase access to clean water and latrines to the 800 million and 2.4 billion people respectively around the globe who live in need of these basic life saving services. At WASH Canada (WASH = Water, Sanitation, Hygiene) we are aiming to […]

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