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Reinvent the Toilet Fair: India

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New Delhi, India, 2014
New Delhi, India, 2014 Christopher Elias (President, Global Development and Dr. Doulaye Kone (Senior Program Officer, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene) at the Eawag exhibits at the Reinvent the Toilet Fair - India in New Delhi on March 19, 2014.
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EVERY DAY, 2.5 BILLION PEOPLE WAKE UP WITHOUT ACCESS TO TOILETS, RISKING THEIR HEALTH AND SAFETY.
The Reinvent the Toilet Fair: India is an opportunity to change that. Featuring partners of key Government of India ministries, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the fair showcased innovative products and approaches that aim to bring safe, affordable, and sustainable sanitation to those who need it most. These include efforts to create toilets that are not connected to water, sewer, or electricity; to improve the collection, treatment, and disposal of human waste; to address behavior change; and to raise awareness of this critical issue for governments, stakeholders, and local communities.

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The March 2014 fair in New Delhi was co-hosted by the Government of India’s Department of Biotechnology and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, with the support of India’s Ministry of Urban Development. India is uniquely positioned to be a global leader in the development of new sanitation technologies and a range of other innovative approaches to achieve sustainable gains in sanitation in India and abroad. Through the Reinvent the Toilet Fair: India, we hope to stimulate discussion and spur partnerships to bring affordable sanitation solutions to those in need.