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SaTo Toilet Pan Improves Life without Changing It

Inadequate sanitation is a daily reality in Bangladesh, often leading to disease and premature death, especially among children. The United Nations reports that lack of safe sanitation causes a full 80 percent of diseases in developing countries. 

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