Seventy-six percent (678 million) of the 892 million people practicing open defecation in the world live in seven countries, statistics show 842,000 people die from poor sanitation. 1 in 3 people, or 2.4 billion, are without improved sanitation facilities. 9.6 million people don't have a decent toilet. That's more than half of the entire population in Africa. Our AIM Foundation has built over 250 toilet-shower with trainings on hygiene to control the disease and are committed to building 500 toilet-shower and wash stations with training in the remote villages of Africa, Thar Desert, Pakistan, and Rohingya Refugee Camp. India was reported to be the country with the highest number in open defecation and in Africa every five seconds one person dies of unsafe water, 83% have no access to water and 1 out of 4 children do not live up to their fifth birthday, the child mortality is extremely high in Malawi. Malawi is also known as the Death Valley of Malaria due to the lack of access to clean, safe drinking water and the lack of toilet and sanitary facilities.