World Toilet Day 2016: Toilets and Jobs

Saturday, November 19, 2016

"Sustainable development goal 6 calls on the international community to ensure access to toilets by 2030. Delivering on this basic human right — the right to water and sanitation — is good for people, business and the economy." — UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon


World Toilet Day, on 19 November, is about taking action to reach the 2.4 billion people living without a toilet. The theme of World Toilet Day 2016 is ‘toilets and jobs’, focusing on how sanitation, or the lack of it, can impact people’s livelihoods.



This video above shows a world where poos are on the loose - creating a mess and spreading diseases in offices, hospitals and schools. What this town needs is a hero, so enter the Working Toilets to clean things up, making the poos dance to their tune!


This World Toilet Day is about toilets and jobs. Workers need sanitation to stay well and earn a decent living. Share the video, do the dance, make your friends laugh, and get the message out that 'toilets work!'


Please reload

Featured Posts

Sustainable Integrated Clean Environment for Human & Nature A special issue of Sustainability Edited by Dr. Urine!

December 24, 2019

Please reload

Recent Posts

January 1, 2020

Please reload