World Toilet Day 2020: what is its history and why do we celebrate World Toilet Day- Watch Video

Publish Date: 20 Nov, 2020 |
 

 

World Toilet Day 2020: World Toilet Day is celebrated every year on 19 November. In 2001, the day was started by the World Toilet Organization. It was officially declared as World Toilet Day by the United Nations General Assembly in the year 2013. This day inspires people to deal with the cleanliness crisis globally. To defecate in the open means to invite diseases. The most adverse effect of open defecation falls on the health of women and children. In such a situation, we should pay special attention to all these things. According to the United Nations, more than half of the world's population, especially in India, is forced to live without toilets. In this case, let us know some special things about it.


World Toilet Day 2020: Theme

This time its theme is 'Sustainable Sanitation and Climate Change' and in the year 2019, it was "Living No One Behind".


Objective of celebrating 'World Toilet Day'

Even today, many people in the world are not using toilets or they do not have this facility. In such a situation, the purpose and message behind celebrating this day is that all the people of the world should be provided with toilet facilities by 2030. Significantly, this is also one of the 6 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.



 

 

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