Wash Sanitation project
We are working with schools in Uganda to provide children with somewhere to wash their hands whilst improving the school pit latrines with covers to prevent odour and fly infestation.It is estimated that 272 million days of schooling are lost globally due to diarrhoea, and through talking to schoolchildren in Kumi, Uganda, we know up to 6 in 10 will have an incidence of diarrhoea in any given month.
Studies have indicated that over 60% of households in the Kumi District do not have any provision for washing hands so we believe this education is vital to keep the entire family healthy and well. Particularly as diarrhoea disease is still one of the biggest killers in the developing world for children under 5.
Just £450 can provide 1 school with a hand-washing station, pressurised covers for their toilets and the education on why it’s important to wash our hands and how to make a ‘Tippy-Tap’ at home. That’s £450 to radically impact 900 schoolchildren and their families. Please consider donating and/or fundraising to support this project!
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