Art is one of the best forms of communication!
We just painted the newly constructed latrine walls at Shree Baluwa Secondary School with messages on sanitation and hygiene. We expect these messages will remind and encourage students to follow proper hygiene behaviour to keep their latrine clean and regularly wash their hands with soap and water.
The Latrine construction and painting are a part of Clean up Nepal’s efforts to help rebuild our country after the April 2015 earthquake. For more details on the Swochha Bidhyalaya Program, please contact Rija Joshi at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +977 1 4428633.
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