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Sanitation Infrastructure In School

Musungu primary school in malawa constiuancy had on 8 classes and among them 4 of them were mud classes. The school also lacked adequate sanitation blocks for pupils; fore there were only 9 1 a times serving 450 pupils, both boys and girls in the school. In the year 2008 save the children finland together with kamadep under the programme of save water and sanitation for children in primary schools in western province, after assessig the the health need in the school, worked together with the school management and the pupil in ensuring that the problem is solved. The project built one classroom and four additional latrines at the school besides training the teachers and the pupils on the children rights under the universal nation children rights conversations.

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About This Story

  • Gender of storyteller: Female
  • Age of storyteller: 22-30 years old
  • Location: Musungu, Kabras-malava, Kenya
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