Clean water and sanitationas well as access to sanitation is a human right. Both are essential to overcoming hunger and poverty. Only 30 percent of people in sub-Saharan Africa have access to clean sanitation. This is an alarming figure, which has only improved by four percent since 1990. Considering the associated health risks, there is an urgent need for greater action in this area. Many people who do not have rudimentary sanitary facilities have to do their business outdoors. This results in massive water and environmental pollution, which is why we have now placed the focus on expanding our sanitary facilities. Upgrading sanitation is the big important new step. Especially at schools, children need safe access to sanitation and clean drinking water. Here you can see the expansion of our toilets.