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Join a Guinness World Record attempt – and help solve a global crisis at the same time.

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Many notable figures are adding their support to the campaign – we’ll be releasing details over the coming weeks – so come back and check soon!

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Sanitation has been neglected many times. It is time to give the attention that this need, which is fundamental for quality of life and human dignity, fully deserves. For this right, I'm joining the queue.

O Saneamento básico é muitas vezes negligenciado. Está na hora de darmos a devida atenção a essa necessidade fundamental para a qualidade de vida e dignidade das pessoas. Por esse direito eu entro na fila!

- Marina Silva, Senator, Brazilian Presidential candidate, Champion of the Earth - UN Environment Program

The right to sanitation must be made real for all people. Not only is sanitation of fundamental importance to guaranteeing multiple other human rights, including the rights to health, housing, education, water, and life, but it is also a matter of human dignity. Dignity is at the core of all human rights, and lack of sanitation, more than many other issues, threatens that concept. Ensuring that all have access to sanitation is a step towards ensuring a more dignified life for all.

- Catarina de Albuquerque, Independent Expert, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)

Lack of awareness on sanitation and hygiene is still a big issue in Africa. People have not yet internalized the importance of sanitation, especially at the grassroots level. That is why raising awareness on sanitation and hygiene is important. Inadequate funding to meet all water and sanitation needs is also one of the challenges that needs to be addressed. Most of the countries in Sub-Saharan Africa live within the vicious cycle of poverty meaning that having readily available funds for sanitation remains a non-priority in their scale of needs. It is not considered an attractive investment field by governments, communities, and other stakeholders.

- Honorable Maria Mutagamba, Minister of Water and Environment in Uganda, WSSCC Woman Leader for WASH