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TitleSchool-led sanitation promotion: Helping achieve total sanitation outcomes in Azad Jammu and Kashmir
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsKhan, F, Syed, RT, Riaz, M, Casella, D, Kinyanjui, V
Paginationp. 181 - 189; 1 box, 2 fig.
Date Published2008-01-29
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Keywordscase studies, pakistan azad jammu and kashmir, school sanitation and hygiene education program, schools

School-based, activity-oriented, hygiene education techniques - if appropriately implemented - can lead to sanitation and hygiene improvements beyond schools, into households and wider communities. Teachers and students can help parents and communities at large to realize and adopt better practices. In turn, once realization is there communities can be innovative in appropriate sanitation solutions, which are affordable and hence sustainable. The challenge is adoption of consistent strategies by the key players and capacity building of key facilitators. [authors abstract]


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