Out of the world's population of 7.3 billion people, about one-quarter of them drink water from sources polluted with fecal matter, and one billion people practice open defacation. That number is especially high in rural parts of the world, where…
By Laura Santhanam
It will take all of three seconds to recognize UNICEF India’s recent “Take The Poo To The Loo” is not your average public service announcement. The Indian government and private aid groups have struggled with the country’s rural sanitation for…
By Ruth Tam
Health experts are calling for the creation of a cholera vaccine stockpile so the vaccine can be deployed in future cholera outbreaks, like the one still spreading in Haiti.
By Talea Miller
Preventing the spread of disease in Haiti's quake-damaged cities, where thousands have taken refuge in temporary camps, is a formidable task in a country that already posed sanitation challenges.
By Larisa Epatko
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