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Nicole Hurtubise

Nicole Hurtubise is the CEO of WaterAid Canada

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Opinion | BY NICOLE HURTUBISE | December 7, 2016
Zara, 8, second from left, stands with her friends underneath a chalk line that illustrates how tall eight-year-olds should be, at Betesda Primary Public School, near to Morondava, Madagascar. Kate Holt photograph courtesy of WaterAid
Opinion | BY NICOLE HURTUBISE | December 7, 2016
Opinion | BY NICOLE HURTUBISE | December 7, 2016
Zara, 8, second from left, stands with her friends underneath a chalk line that illustrates how tall eight-year-olds should be, at Betesda Primary Public School, near to Morondava, Madagascar. Kate Holt photograph courtesy of WaterAid
Opinion | BY NICOLE HURTUBISE | October 21, 2016
A growing number of countries are confronting water scarcity, which affects more than 2 billion people worldwide, according to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. Photograph courtesy of United Nations Tanzania
Opinion | BY NICOLE HURTUBISE | October 21, 2016
Opinion | BY NICOLE HURTUBISE | October 21, 2016
A growing number of countries are confronting water scarcity, which affects more than 2 billion people worldwide, according to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. Photograph courtesy of United Nations Tanzania
Opinion | BY NICOLE HURTUBISE | May 25, 2016
Girls stand in front of a school toilet in Tanzania in 2006. When schools don't have toilets, girls are more likely to skip school when on their periods. Sustainable Sanitation Alliance photograph by Marni Sommer
Opinion | BY NICOLE HURTUBISE | May 25, 2016
Opinion | BY NICOLE HURTUBISE | May 25, 2016
Girls stand in front of a school toilet in Tanzania in 2006. When schools don't have toilets, girls are more likely to skip school when on their periods. Sustainable Sanitation Alliance photograph by Marni Sommer