Being a work at home mom you would think that I would have a clean and organized home but that could be further from the truth. Actually, being a work at home mom means I’m working more than I should and hence have less time for oh things like cleaning. It can be a tough deal trying to keep your home clean but when you’re armed with cleaning agents such as Domex, the germ kill expert then it should make things a bit more easy.
I wasn’t aware that there was such a thing as World Toilet Day. However, it’s good to know that it does exist because it promotes the importance of toilets in supporting better nutrition and improved health. Sanitation and nutrition are closely linked and it makes sense to make sure that every home is sanitized and most especially the toilets in our bathrooms.
When not properly cleaned, toilets can become a breeding ground for germs which leads to illnesses and diseases. The main aim of World Toilet Day is to raise awareness to the people in the world who don’t have access to a toilet, despite the fact that it is a human right to have clean water and sanitation.
It seems such a hard thought to process but there are millions that don’t have this everyday luxury. Of the world’s seven billion people, 2.4 billion people do not have improved sanitation and believe it or not, 1 billion people still defecate in the open. Poor sanitation such as this increases the risk of disease and malnutrition, especially for women and children.
For those of us that do, it’s our responsibility to ensure that we maintain cleanliness and start within the home so that hygienic practices will be followed outside the home.
It takes just 3 steps to clean our toilets and we’ll be closer to our target of 1 million clean toilets.
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