This project exists to renovate 25 communal toilet facilities in slum communities across Dhaka to ensure they are safe and “women-friendly”. Toilets will be accessible 24/7, have lockable cubicles, and be equipped with menstrual facilities and running water. The facilities will be designed and delivered in conjunction with women in each host community to ensure toilets meet the safety, privacy and health needs of the women and girl residents. At each facility, a local woman will be employed as Community Toilets Manager and be responsible for managing the hygiene levels and providing access to, and education around, sanitary products. Each women-friendly toilet facility will directly benefit 30 girls and women (750 total). In Dhaka slums, people don’t have toilets in their homes and communal toilets are used by an average of 60 people each. Current facilities are unhygienic and women are vulnerable to attacks due to the lack of privacy and locks. This project will ensure women and girls have a safe, comfortable space for their toileting needs and the opportunity to manage their periods hygienically and comfortably. The wider slum communities will benefit, as toilets will promote a cleaner environment. Jobs will be created for 25 Toilet Managers.