Building Toilets.
Saving lives.

Did you know that billions of our fellow humans across the globe don’t have access to safe, clean and sustainable sanitation?

Our ZuLoo Marketplace customers, together with your donations and our social enterprise partners, help support our mission to bring toilets to the world’s underserved. 

Be The Change

Who is ZuLoo?

Since our inception as a benefit corporation, ZuLoo has helped support the toilet and clean water initiatives of our 501c3 non-profit affiliate charity, ZuLoo Humanitarian (ZH) around the world. However, we haven’t done it alone. ZH’s work has been supported by a network of like-minded individuals, businesses, donors and nonprofit organizations working together toward a common goal: bringing clean, safe, and sustainable sanitation (toilets) to the 2.3 billion of the Earth’s poor and unprivileged.

At ZuLoo, we believe access to sanitation, water, and hygiene is a human right, and yet about 2.3 billion people in our world lack access to basic sanitation services, such as latrines or toilets. This causes devastating effects on the health, safety, and well-being of nearly half the people on our planet.

How do you ZuLoo?

No matter where we live, what we look like or what we believe in, when “nature calls”, we all go and do the same thing. But that’s where the similarity ends. At the “bathroom privileged” end of the spectrum, we’re seeing a shift in how people view and utilize their bathrooms – from a strictly functional place to carry out their “business” to a place of a calming, relaxing and even entertaining experience. However, at the “other end” are the 40% of us who don’t have access to safe sanitation. This is a big deal!

800,000

children die every year of preventable illness caused by poor sanitation

How do you ZuLoo?

1 in 9

Child deaths

This is a big deal, since poor sanitation contributes to the death of over 800,000 children a year.2 “Diarrhea kills 2,195 children every day — more than AIDS, malaria, and measles combined. Diarrheal diseases account for 1 in 9 child deaths worldwide, making diarrhea the second leading cause of death among children under the age of 5.”

Which means that by the time you’ve finished reading this paragraph, another child died because they didn’t have access to something most in the “flush and plumbed” modern world take for granted.

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become a 242 partner

ZuLoo’s “242 Partner” Program is a global movement inspiring businesses and individuals to support sanitation solutions through annual memberships and everyday actions to support ZH’s vital work to address today’s global sanitation crisis.

The program is designed for businesses who either currently lack a social-impact partner or focus area or for socially-responsible businesses who want to support ZH’s ongoing global efforts to bring clean, safe, and sustainable sanitation (toilets) to the poor and thereby help create a healthier planet.

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