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Ensuring Proper Nutrition and Sanitation for Pregnant Women
Raghunath Pateliya, a community worker from Madhya Pradesh on what pregnant women should do to ensure the well-being of their children.
Clean Water, Toilets and Hygiene Important for Children
Sankul Vishval, community worker from Odisha says that to prevent diarrhea, it is important for every house in rural areas to have its own toilet, access to clean water and proper hygiene.
Water, sanitation and hygiene education in schools, or WASH in Schools, provides safe drinking water, improves sanitation facilities and promotes lifelong health. The Government of India and UNICEF have been working closely, to make step by step progress, to ensure that all children are reached with WASH in Schools programme.
WASH in School – Why Not?
UNICEF and partners in action; reaching water, sanitation and hygiene to every child.
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Naranga Pujari, Community Worker from Odisha says that clean water, hygiene and access to toilets in villages are very important for both pregnant women and children.
Dignity Thread-Women Led Sanitation
Women self help groups are taking a lead in promoting, building and usage of toilets in households in their village.
Community Lead Total Sanitation initiative in Madhya Pradesh, India
Motivated communities help in making their village Open Defecation Free.