Access to Safe Water and Sanitation in Bangladesh


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Proper Hygiene

By a male, under 16 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of Proper hygiene Only 11% of public schools in Kenya have toilets that meet the minimums standards, a UN study has revealed. The study funded by United Nations fluman settlements program (Habutat) noted that most toilets in schools do not meet. Hygiene levelsexposing many children to diarrhoea and other diseases.Un Habitat chief technical advisor Laban onongno said limited access to safe water an saitation. Read more.
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Atlanta, GA, United States

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Melanie Minzes

Washington, DC United States

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