Toilet Tour

2.5 billion people in the world live without access to a decent toilet. The Toilet Tour (a joint initiative of Micah Challenge and WaterAid) will draw Australia’s attention to the global sanitation crisis in an effort to encourage our Government to see this basic necessity as an aid priority. Visit www.toilettour.org.au to find out when the Giant Toilet will be near you, follow the blog and sign the petition.
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The Toilet Tour Campaign visits Melbourne with a giant toilet

The Toilet Tour Campaign visits Melbourne with a giant toilet

Children in Slum playing in a puddle

Children in slum playing in a puddle of dirty water

Children in Slum playing in a puddle

Children in slum playing in a puddle of dirty water

Latest blog from toilettour.org.au - "Toilets and Politics".

Latest blog from toilettour.org.au - "Toilets and Politics".

A little girl sits on the Giant Toilet at the toilet tour launch in Tamworth May 26.

A little girl sits on the Giant Toilet at the toilet tour launch in Tamworth May

Toilet Tour Stop: Manly - Locals form Manly's longest ever toilet queue.

Toilet Tour Stop: Manly - Locals form Manly's longest ever toilet queue.

No clean toilet? Where would you go?Have you seen our sanitation campaign animation clip? Check it out here: http://toilettour.businesscatalyst.com/_blog/Toilet_Tour_Blog/post/Sanitation_Animations/

Sustainability motion graphic video on clean water, hygiene, and helping children

Manly, on Sydney's Northern Beaches, is the home each year to a walk that raises money and builds relationships with a community in Manado, Indonesia. This year, 500 people walked from The Spit to Manly Beach to raise money, but also to raise awareness about the importance of sanitation. This event had the lot: the giant toilet, toilet bowl headgear, a toilet-paper starting ribbon, Manly's longest toilet queue, poo cakes, and even remote-control poo!

Manly, on Sydney's Northern Beaches, is the home each year to a walk that raises money and builds relationships with a community in Manado, Indonesia. This year, 500 people walked from The Spit to Manly Beach to raise money, but also to raise awareness about the importance of sanitation. This event had the lot: the giant toilet, toilet bowl headgear, a toilet-paper starting ribbon, Manly's longest toilet queue, poo cakes, and even remote-control poo!

Lalor Park, in Sydney's western suburbs, hosted the toilet during a community festival in October.

Lalor Park, in Sydney's western suburbs, hosted the toilet during a community festival in October.

Crestwood: A Toilet Tour Stop.  With games of toss-the-toilet-roll-into-the-giant-toilet, child dunking*, a giant queue-to-use-the-loo and all for free – the toilet tour stop at Crestwood Fair last month was a family friendly affair.

Crestwood: A Toilet Tour Stop. With games of toss-the-toilet-roll-into-the-giant-toilet, child dunking*, a giant queue-to-use-the-loo and all for free – the toilet tour stop at Crestwood Fair last month was a family friendly affair.

2.5 billion people around the world who don't have adequate sanitation. Check out our video of ordinary Australians calling on our government to invest more in life-saving water and sanitation through our aid program, and sign our petition online. www.toilettour.org.au

billion people live without access to sanitation, around of the world's population. This year, thousands of Australians have supported The Toilet Tou.

Follow & join in our toilet tour - because it's urgent. www.toilettour.org.au.

Follow & join in our toilet tour - because it's urgent. www.toilettour.org.au.

A couple stand proudly in front of a new block of toilets

A couple stand proudly in front of a new block of toilets

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