This organization uses human-centered design to deliver impactful sanitation solutions

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In many parts of the western world, buying a toilet isn't something most people think twice about.

But for around 40% of the global population — and particularly within rural communities — modern pour flush toilets are far from standard issue. In fact, it can be difficult even to find a place to purchase such a product.

The scarcity and expense of sanitation solutions in poor communities around the globe can exacerbate health concerns. Open defecation means an increased likelihood of diarrheal disease, which can be particularly dangerous — even deadly — to children.

With World Toilet Day just around the corner, the global efforts of organizations working in tandem to solve the water crisis should be celebrated. From providing clean drinking water to reliable sanitation solutions, it really does take a villageInternational Development Enterprises (iDE) is leading the charge on bringing better toilets to developing countries.

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