World Toilet Day: Join the Global Rally for Sanitation in Geneva

Date: 8th November 2018

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For the first time ever, a major public World Toilet Day celebration – the Global Rally for Sanitation – will take place in Geneva on 19 November, at the Place des Nation, from 11:00 to 15:30.

Join the rally and help us to send a life-saving message to the world about the critical importance of good sanitation and hygiene. More information below:

Help us to promote the Rally! Click to download the poster and the social media card.

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