Senegal: Poor sanitation put lives at risk

More than two billion people in the world have no access to proper toilet facilities. Many lives are lost through diseases as a result. In Senegal, rights groups are pushing for massive investment in water and sanitation infrastructure.

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    More than two billion people in the world have no access to proper toilet facilities.

    Many lives are lost through diseases as a result

    In Senegal, rights groups are pushing for massive investment in water and sanitation infrastructure, saying it is a basic human need.

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from Dakar.


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