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School Children Campaign for Better Sanitation

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Created on 30 November 2011
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In Nepal, only 30% of the rural population has access to toilets. 70% of childhood-illnesses are water-borne, which account for over 13,000 child deaths every year.

Amid this bleak scenario, ‘School-led Total Sanitation’ campaigns seem to hold much promise. The approach involves encouraging school children to take the lead raising awareness about sanitation/ health-related issues in their communities.

It has been learnt that that there are distinct advantages of putting children at the centre of such campaigns: adults are much more open to criticism and suggestions from children than from other adults.

More info: http://www.adb.org/water/
Produced by: ADB Water
Year: 2011
Language: English



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