End Water Poverty
It's only a week to go until the biggest global mobilisation on water and sanitation we've ever seen - the World's Longest Toilet Queue on World Water Day 2010.
From Germany to Ghana, Togo to Great Britain, Senegal to South Africa, Australia to Armenia, Spain to Nepal and France to the USA and Canada - nearly 60 countries are taking part.
This is amazing for the central team to witness. We'll be attending Queues all over the place, and encourage you to do the same. Find out about public Queues on the website, and feel free to organise your own too - you just need 24 friends to attend with you! (The rest of the rules are here).
Last minute things to remember:
- If you're planning to organise a Queue, please take two minutes and register it so we can track the campaign and include you in the Record attempt.
- We would love to see your pictures and video clips, so make sure you have a camera or phone with you to grab exciting images from your Queue!
- AMAZING to think we'll all be Guinness World Record breakers this time next week! Just make sure your Queue is counted by filling in the registration sheets.
- We'll also be tweeting and writing about the event online. Would be great to see your blog posts, tweets and facebook promotion too.