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Ekurhuleni informal settlements walk for #DignifiedSanitation

Representatives from various informal settlements that recently conducted a scaled up social audit joined #TeamPlanact at this year’s MTN Walk the Talk with 702 to walk for Dignified Sanitation for Informal Settlements.

The walk gave residents who are directly affected by poor service delivery a chance to popularise their struggle through a platform that drew over 50 000 walkers from different walks of life in Gauteng.

The five kilometer walk took place on the 22nd of July 2018, and was part of Planact’s advocacy campaign to highlight the plight of the disadvantaged after the comprehensive social audit done across the City of Ekurhuleni over the last few months.

Written by: Chelsea Ndlovu


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