Lunch and Learn: Lets talk about toilets, Webinar

5 May, 2017 | 13:00 - 14:00

2.5 billion people around the world don't have toilets.
2.5 billion people around the world don't have toilets.

About this event

Why should we want to talk about toilets you may ask?

Well, in 2015, around 2.5 BILLION people around the world did not have one. Why should we care?

Why are there so many people without one?
What can be done about it?
What could you do?
You'll have to listen in to find out.

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Speaker

Bob Reed

Bob Reed

Bob trained as a Civil Engineer and has spent more than 40 years working in emergency relief and poverty alleviation. He has mainly specialized in water supply and sanitation for low income communities and post disaster relief.

Up to 2015 he spent 30 years lecturing at Loughborough University undertaking a wide range of teaching, research and consultancy activities related to his specializations. He is now retired but still undertaking short consultancies and voluntary activities around water supply and sanitation.

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