Talking Justice: The truth about taps and toilets
Lucy Mills reflects on how water and sanitation issues impact entire communities
LOOKING FOR A HOUSE? YOU MAY HAVE PREFERENCES: a big garden, a drive, two bedrooms or four. But most of us, I think, would assume that our house-to-be will have a kitchen with clean water on tap. We expect some kind of bathroom with a toilet and a sink, a bath and/or shower. This will have a door, usually with a lock on it, for privacy. Likewise, many churches have toilets somewhere on site to provide for the basic needs of their congregations as well as wanting to be useable for local community groups.
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