76% (approximately 678 million) of the 892 million people in around 7 different developing countries are following unsafe waste management and poor sanitation practices (i.e. open defecation). India was reported to be one of the countries with the highest cases of open-defecation concerns. Statistics show nearly a million people die from poor sanitation and 1 in 3 people are without adequate sanitation facilities. Our AIM Foundation has built over 250 toilet-shower stations and have implemented trainings on hygiene to control disease, and are committed to building around 500 more toilet-shower and wash stations while providing additional education in remote villages of Africa, the Thar Desert in Pakistan, and the Rohingya Refugee Camp.