Toilet pride is a Nigerian Non-governmental organization (NGO) that is dedicated to improving health and reducing extreme poverty of Nigerians through increase access to toilet and Sanitation. Since formation in 2017, Toiletpride has been finding innovative ways to increase sanitation coverage across rural Nigeria, where a high percentage of people remain without even a basic latrine with as many as 46 million Nigerians still defecating in the open. Toiletpride combines Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS), Behavior change Communication and sanitation marketing to generate sanitation demand and strengthen the supply of sanitation services aimed at improving the health of millions of Nigerians. Currently Toiletpride is promoting market-based approaches to addressing sanitation challenges in Nigeria through the Accelerating Access to Rural Sanitation in Nigeria (AATRISAN) project. Through the AATRSIAN Project, Toiletpride is stimulating market forces to balance demand and supply for sanitation products and services in Nigeria for increased Toilet coverage.
2021 - 2022
Accelerating Access to Rural Sanitation in Nigeria (AATRISAN)
To reduce open defecation and increase access to improved sanitation and safe hygiene practices in Nigeria through promotion of Market Based Sanitation (MBS) Approaches
As of the latest data, the majority of people in Nigeria, 57% representing nearly 120 million, lack access to basic sanitation. Of these, more than 38 million people are performing open defecation, more than 39 million are using unimproved toilets, and 40 million are sharing a basic facility with another household. A huge acceleration in …
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