How to Transform Sanitation Access for Women and Girls in Vietnam

By Alena Sims, Communications Associate, MCSD, PSI In rural Vietnam, 30% of families lack access to sanitation facilities that meet basic hygiene standards. The lack of access to sanitation disproportionately affects women and girls, who face numerous adverse health effects and safety risks as a result. To address this issue, PSI Vietnam, with support from

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No Toilet – No Dignity

By Camilla Hagen Sørli, Business Woman, Philanthropist, Founding Member of Maverick Collective This post originally ran on Huffington Post. No woman or child should risk death, disease or rape when having to go to the bathroom. Vietnam´s journey towards reaching the Sustainable Development Goal nr 6 (clean water and sanitation) is an important one. Approximately 17 million

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