Toilet is not a dirty word

Oyungerel Tsedevdamba takes a selfie in front of an outside toilet.
One of the community classes on toilet technology run by Local Solutions.

Better toilets = better lives

An example of the pit toilet in Mongolia. Each year, people are injured or die in accidents involving these types of toilets, Tssedevdamba says.
“Let’s Change Our Toilets” campaign involved taking photos in fashionable clothing while inside a toilet.

Human rights no longer secret

The Local Solutions toilet training team jumping for joy during the “Let’s Change Our Toilets” campaign.

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