WECF beaten by Foundation Niketan in toilet photo competition
WECF took part in a ' toilet competition' organised by Mambapoint TV in the Netherlands to raise more awareness for the lack of proper and sustainable sanitation in Europe and in developing countries
25.01.2010 |Chantal van den Bossche
WECF took part in a ' toilet competition' to raise more awareness for the lack of proper and sustainalble sanitation in Europe and in developing countries by sending in pictures made by WECF's water coordinator Margriet Samwel, from Ukraine.
Together with four other Dutch NGO's we made it to the final phase. See for more information: http://mambapoint.tv/nieuws/3592
Voting for WECF meant more awareness for the fact that even in the European Union 20 million people lack proper sanitation. Not to mention millions of people more in the whole European region who do not have access to hygienic and sustainable sanitation. Help us to win a camera for our partners with which they can film the work being done in their villages and regions.
The latest news is that we ended at the second place. We wish foundation Niketan, the winner of the competition
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