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- Report on assessment of school sanitation in two Ghana villages - by: raogk September 21, 2020Dear Linda Wonderful work and initiative. What does it cost? What iabthebO&M cost? What are the front end and back end activities to be performed for its effective functioning? What are the institutional arrangements for implementation and maintenance? Does your experience enable scaling up to other schools considering financial and operational viability […]
- Compostable sanitary pads: a green solution in menstrual hygiene? - by: Chaiwe September 20, 2020How can I get hold of a pack of these for my own experience( here in Lusaka Zambia)? Have you done any research trials yet? If so what was the response from women who used the product? Chaiwe
- ‘Ensuring safe, healthy schools during and beyond COVID-19: the vital role of sustainable hygiene, water and sanitation services’ - by: Chaiwe September 20, 2020Hello Connie, Was this event recorded? I cannot find a link to it online. Are you able to highlight some of the discussions and also share a link to the recorded event here? There are some schools that would benefit from this i.e Kachele Trust School in Lusaka, Zambia among others. Here is an interesting topic they shared a while ago. In Lusaka all schools a […]
- Frequency of pooping at school or at work? - by: Chaiwe September 20, 2020Hello Rochelle, Many people find themselves clogged while they’re away from home (i think it happens to the best of us), often because we are uncomfortable pooping in unfamiliar bathrooms. But I would assume this is a lot to do with privacy issues and the condition of the toilet facilities in schools (Just my own observations from having worked for WASH in s […]
- Report on assessment of school sanitation in two Ghana villages - by: raogk September 21, 2020