World Toilet Day (WTD) is an official United Nations international observance day on 19 November to inspire action to tackle the global sanitation crisis.
Each year, World Toilet Day on 19 November highlights the importance of sanitation and hygiene in driving improvements in public health, gender equality, education, economic development and environmental protection.
World Toilet Day Wishes, Messages
For better health, it is extremely important to have the human waste compost in the right manner. Warm wishes on World Toilet Day to all.
The occasion of World Toilet Day is a reminder to each one of us that we must never neglect our toilets and always work towards their cleanliness. Happy World Toilet Day.
It is strange but there are still many countries struggling to provide sanitization to their citizens. A very Happy World Toilet Day to all.
The biggest mistake that we do is to take the important of toilets very lightly. The occasion of World Toilet Day wakes up towards the importance of sanitization.
Defecating outside is like inviting many diseases that can harm you and people around you. Wishing a very Happy World Toilet Day.
Having a clean and maintained toilet can add on to the health and comfort of life in so many ways. Happy World Toilet Day.
Let us never underestimate the importance of having a toilet because without toilet, health is always at rick. Warm wishes on World Toilet Day.
The journey to sanitization begins with constructing a toilet. On the occasion of World Toilet Day, let us make everyone aware of the importance of having a toilet.
World Toilet Day 2021 Theme: ‘Valuing Toilets’
According to the latest WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) report, progress on sanitation and hygiene is badly off track. For the 3.6 billion people currently without safely managed sanitation, it’s clear there will be no sustainable future without toilets. Governments must work four times faster and ensure toilets for all by 2030.
The Observance celebrates toilets and raises awareness of the 3.6 billion people living without access to safely managed sanitation. When some people in a community do not have safe toilets, everyone’s health is threatened. Poor sanitation contaminates drinking-water sources, rivers, beaches and food crops, spreading deadly diseases among the wider population.
This year’s theme is about valuing toilets. The campaign draws attention to the fact that toilets – and the sanitation systems that support them – are underfunded, poorly managed or neglected in many parts of the world, with devastating consequences for health, economics and the environment, particularly in the poorest and most marginalized communities.