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What If Everyone Had Access to a Toilet?

By Laura Kohler, SVP HR, Stewardship & Sustainability
Blog

Throughout my 25-year career at Kohler Co., I’ve traveled the world and witnessed firsthand how a lack of sanitation impacts communities. It’s heartbreaking to hear the stories of young girls who’ve stopped going to school simply because they don’t have proper toileting facilities. Without an education, it’s difficult to dream, to dare, to pursue a different life. At Kohler Co., we’re imagining a better future for these girls and for everyone.

Five Ways LIXIL is Making a Difference on World Toilet Day 2018

Summary: 
  • LIXIL is extending its sanitation initiatives, from raising awareness to field-testing and collaborating on innovative technologies
  • So far, LIXIL’s SATO products have enabled access to basic sanitation for approximately nine million people around the world
Press Release
  • LIXIL is extending its sanitation initiatives, from raising awareness to field-testing and collaborating on innovative technologies
  • So far, LIXIL’s SATO products have enabled access to basic sanitation for approximately nine million people around the world

LIXIL Marks World Toilet Day with Next Generation of SATO Products

SATO’s new V-Trap Connection System going for $10 or less in India, helping to reduce open defecation
Press Release

TOKYO, November 16, 2017 /3BL Media/ - LIXIL Group Corporation (“LIXIL Group”), a global leader in the housing and building industry, is marking World Toilet Day (November 19) with the roll-out in multiple states in India of its new series of innovative SATO products. SATO is a first-of-its-kind line of innovative toilet and sanitation products designed to bring improved sanitation and comfort to rural and peri-urban communities around the world.

Kimberly-Clark Asks You to Pause When You Flush This World Toilet Day

by Rishi Dhingra, Kimberly-Clark Global Sector Leader for Family Care
Blog

Globally, 1 in 3 people don’t have access to a clean and safe toilet according to the World Health Organization. This Sunday, on World Toilet Day, we are encouraging people to pause while they flush and consider how the lack of basic sanitation facilities profoundly affects peoples’ lives.

Healthy Homes, Healthy Families, Healthy Cities

Article

Sharda lives in a village in western India, with four walls and a roof over her head. And yet Sharda still did not have a decent place to live.

Like nearly half of her country’s residents, she lacked access to a sanitary toilet.

To raise awareness and inspire action, the United Nations has designated Nov. 19 as World Toilet Day, a day to motivate the global community to address the tremendous needs of families like Sharda’s.

Kimberly-Clark Expands Commitment To Global Sanitation On World Toilet Day

Andrex, Scott, Cottonelle Brands Launch Programs Supporting NGOs and New Partnership In India Launches to Help Solve the Global Sanitation Crisis
Press Release

DALLAS, November 16, 2015 /3BL Media/ — This November 19, on World Toilet Day, Kimberly-Clark Corporation is expanding the Toilets Change Lives program which aims to help solve the global sanitation crisis.

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