FOUR VIP LATRINES HAVE BEEN CONSTRUCTED IN TWO SCHOOLS

Two VIP latrines constructed in a Primary School

Improving sanitation has significant social economic benefits on households and across communities. It saves money that would be spent on treatment of sanitation related diseases for development, saves time spent looking after the sick for productive work and saves children from missing school to avoid waste of money on school fees not put to good use among others. Proper sanitation = poverty eradication and achievement of millennium development goal no.1

Following 2013 GWWI Women-led WASH Service Centre Training on water and hygiene promotion in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda that took place in June 24th – 30th, WCFJC will be constructing two (2) Ventilated Improved Pit latrines for girls in two schools, in Butagaya Sub county Jinja District.