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Panoramic windows and large open terrace allow you to enjoy beautiful views. It is divided into two zones. In the first half is a spacious living room with a fireplace, which offers gorgeous views of nature, a kitchen - dining room, office and bedrooms. In the second part of the house is a leisure complex, which includes a bathing complex with swimming pool, saunas, as well as a billiard lounge and a gym with professional training equipment. On the second floor there are bedrooms with spacious terraces , which offer spectacular views of the forest.
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Private area is m 2. Entry into the territory is guarded 24 h. Under the Sustainable Development Goals, set by the UN, countries must provide adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene for all and end open defecation, paying special attention to the needs of women and girls and those in vulnerable situations by But this is a gargantuan task given that today, some 2.
In fact, some estimates show that more people today have mobile phones than access to toilets. The problem is particularly acute in Sub-Saharan Africa see 'The slow walk to Estimates show that the region is home to about one-fourth of those defecating in the open worldwide.
On an average, these people spend some 2. Women shoulder a huge proportion of this cost as they spend additional time finding a safe place for urination or accompanying young children or sick or elderly relatives to relieve themselves.
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The Joint Monitoring Programme JMP report, prepared in by WHO and UNICEF, notes that due to a combination of population growth and slow progress, the number of people practising open defecation has actually increased in sub-Saharan Africa, and the region now accounts for a greater share of the global total as compared to The progress of sanitation and hygiene coverage in rural areas is worse than in urban areas.
At current rates of reduction, open defecation will not be eliminated among the poorest in rural areas by , the report warns.
The figure fell by 9 per cent by During these 15 years, the figure for those practising unimproved sanitation increased from 29 to 31 per cent. Going by WHO, unimproved sanitation facilities do not help hygienically—as excreta from is not separated from human contact—and, hence, pose health risks.
In Sub-Saharan Africa, most people depend on unimproved facilities that belong to the apartheid era—uncovered pit latrines, buckets and even plastic bags. Instead, he slipped and drowned in the faeces-filled pit and died. The pit latrine has since been closed. A similar incident occurred in Limpopo in , resulting in the death of Michael Komape, also aged five.
Pit toilet is the simplest form of dry toilet in which faeces are collected in a hole made on a concrete floor. The toilet seat is installed just above the hole, which remains covered with a lid when the toilet is not in use to prevent stench and contamination. Most designs do not require the use of water and are hence considered suitable for water-scarce regions, like those in Sub-Saharan Africa.
But most pit toilets in the region are nothing more than just pits on the ground.
The ones that have seats are made from cheap metals, they are shoddily built and remain uncovered. The pit toilet that Michael went to at the Mahlodumela Primary School had an iron sheet that served as the seat and a white plastic lid. But the seat was so corroded that it collapsed when Michael sat on it.
He fell in along with the plastic lid.
His parents are now fighting a lawsuit against the education department demanding justice. All this is when access to proper sanitation is a basic human right enshrined in South Africa's constitution and the country has reduced the prevalence of open defecation by In Ethiopia, seven in every 10 people use toilets.
But the country has made the progress largely by investing in shared toilets. So has been the strategy of Tanzania, where more and more people are defecating in the open—the country's open defecation rate increased from Experts believe the increase is due to the failure of poor toilet infrastructure like, the pit hole.