Some of the cleanest and smartest toilets in the whole Bongo district are found at Foe Community Health and Planning Services (CHPS). This community health post serves more than 2,280 people in four communities across an area stretching up to the border with Burkina Faso.
“People are developing a taste for healthy living. They want improvement‑compared to us and what we are doing, they want better.” Md Amin Uddin one of the elders in Arua village in Keshabpur upazila, Jessore district, Bangladesh is optimistic about the future.
OUAGADOUGOU, 1st June 2014 – IRC is starting a Euro 3.3 million project co-funded by European Union in Burkina Faso. The aim of the investment is to strengthen sustainable sanitation and hygiene services for 100,000 people in six rural municipalities in Burkina Faso over the next four years.