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Donation Total: £10.00

Goals: To improve access to basic sanitation
Beneficiaries: 50 households
Budget: £ 7,500

This initiative involves health and sanitation training for the local community, providing education to primary healthcare workers, to carry out a local campaign on self-build facilities from local communities for home and public toilets. Programs and activities are run in partnership with the sub-district health department, local community and volunteers.

Create a local health wardens

  • Health and sanitation training for health wardens
  • Training course for building and maintaining sanitation facilities

Public Health Education

  • Conduct primary healthcare and health education
  • Campaign to stop practicing open urination and defecation
  • Improve and maintain environmental sanitation
  • Make frequent home visits

Home and Public Toilets

  • Create a collective self-build funding group
  • Community participation in basic materials
  • Volunteers work to build sanitation facilities