Simon Fraser University World Toilet Day Celebration

SFU is proud to have been selected to as the primary host to Canada’s celebration of World Toilet Day!

The World Toilet Organization (WTO) is a global non-profit committed to a world with a clean safe toilet and sanitation for everyone, everywhere, at all times. WTO empowers individuals through education, training and building local marketplace opportunities as well as advocating for clean and safe sanitation facilities in both urban and rural areas across the globe. Breaking the silence on the sanitation crisis is at the heart of WTO’s efforts. Through its initiatives, WTO continues to build the global sanitation movement, and provides an international platform for toilet associations, governments, academic institutions, foundations, UN agencies and corporate stakeholders to exchange knowledge and leverage media and corporate support in an effort to promote clean sanitation and public health policies.

Every year on 19 November, UN World Toilet Day is a chance to get involved in the global movement for toilets and sanitation for all, and raise awareness of the need for action to end the sanitation crisis. World Toilet Organization has celebrated its founding day, 19 November, as World Toilet Day since 2001.

Join us in AQ 4147 for an educational fundraiser; complete with games, prizes, and sanitation themed maze! Don’t miss the entertaining (and educational) poo-sentation by Bryant Kamlade at 2:00 PM.

Volunteers are desperately needed!

Please contact Bryant Kamlade for volunteer opportunities and tickets for the 50/50 draw.
Office: AQ 4147
Tel: 778.782.4980

Date(s) - 19/11/2017
8 h 00 min - 18 h 00 min

Simon Fraser University room AQ 4147

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8888 University Drive
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