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World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. Motivated by our faith in Jesus Christ, we serve alongside the poor and oppressed as a demonstration of God’s unconditional love for all people.

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63 MILLION  TEENAGE GIRLS IN INDIA HAVE NO ACCESS TO TOILETS

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47% of schools in India do not have toilets for girls.

Your $10 monthly donation for at least 3 months will help build secure toilets for girls in India and keep them in school.

 

Biodegradable toilet empowers Kavita, "My dream is to become a doctor and cure sick people for free. I want to become a healer for our community", says Kavita.

After hauling water for her family in the morning, she and her sisters would have to walk an hour into the marshes to use the bathroom. As they got older, they began using the public toilets.The entire community shared these facilities- around 600 or 700 people. They were dirty, and the girls were forced to pay to use them. “We also had to wait in line for our turn to come. It was embarrassing for us girls when youth from the community would lurk around and tease us," says Kavita.

But now, Kavita, her mother, and her younger sister Laksmi have a working bio-degradable toilet in their home. World Vision India has worked hard to install proper facilities for families like Kavita’s, and to run sanitation and hygiene awareness campaigns.The time Kavita saves by using a toilet right in her home, she uses towards her studies. She now attends class regularly, and takes additional classes in the evenings. "The bio-degradable toilets installed in my home have restored my dignity", says Kavita.

" EVERY child is unique and special and has the ability to make a significant contribution during their lifetime. Education is an investment in every child's future and being born a girl should not come with any disadvantages.

I am proud to be a part of the World Vision Rise-Up Daughters of India initiative."
- Superfan Nav Bhatia

Nav Bhatia 
World Vision Ambassador

Without proper toilets, schoolgirls in rural India are forced to 'go' outside and risk their safety, health and dignity.

Most decide to stop going to school rather than endanger themselves. Your $10 monthly donation for at least 3 months will help build secure toilets for girls in India and keep them in school.

You're Making a Difference for Girls in India

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Helps Girls Stay in School.