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#270016 - 04/16/14 10:43 PM UNICEF's 'Poo2Loo' campaign targets open defecation in India with ...
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UNICEF's 'Poo2Loo' campaign targets open defecation in India with weird games, videos, shitty puns, and a turd mascot
Timothy McGrath
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April 16, 2014

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Don't worry, you're not having a bad trip. What you're seeing here is exactly what you think you're seeing: a person in costume dressed as a giant pile of s***.

This turd mascot is the anti-hero of UNICEF's new campaign, 'Poo2Loo,' which, since the end of 2013, has targeted the widespread practice of open defecation and public waste dumping in India.

More, with pic and videos

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#270020 - 04/16/14 10:55 PM Re: UNICEF's 'Poo2Loo' campaign targets open defecation in India with ... [Re: Golem]
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Yeah. It is a problem in India. Not a lot of public toilets. And lots of people who basically have no home. Even if they do have a home they may not have a toilet

A lot of economic boom in India. Still many are left behind
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