Less than half of the Latin American countries are on track to double the rate of sanitation provision.

Poor sanitation is responsible for at least 9 billion in losses per year in Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam combined.

Like the smoke the vehicles leave behind, but also something small like tobacco smoke. Through day and night trucks are coming in and out with lots of garbage.

The people who clean the city, which are more than 18 million people, are the biggest victims of this air pollution All the costs of treatment and lost income, due to air pollution, is more than 7.6 billion per year. This garbage consists of (operation) waste, from hospitals.

Diarrhea is the most common water-borne disease, then intestinal worms, typhoid, and cholera.

These diseases are very common because more than 25 million Filipinos do not have a basic access to sanitation and more than 13 million do not have proper water resources.

Poor sanitation also contributes enormously to water pollution, adding to the costs of safe freshwater for homes, and increasing the production of fish in lakes and rivers.

Garbage is a big problem for the communities in Manila.

Sanitation is a neglected aspect of development in countries, the money going to this is minor.

If you look to the economic impacts of poor sanitation, and the potential gains from improved sanitation, than the investments in sanitation should be very helpful for everyone The most disastrous impact of poor sanitation is an increased risk of infectious diseases and premature death, declaring for more than 4.8 billion annually.

In the past years, "Smokey Mountain," once a smoking mountain of garbage, which was Manila's monument to one of the city's most continuously problems; trash.