Household Latrines and Safe Water for 150 Adivasi

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Train 150 Adivasi Women on setting up low-cost sanitary latrine and personal hygiene. And their access to sustainable Waste Management and arsenic free safe water which promotes the reduction of child
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The updated information of Family Sanitation and Hygiene Coverage of the Colonies of Padmakr Union under is, 02.35% families use hygienic latrine 19.65% unhygienic latrine, and 78% families used to defection on the open air. Besides, latrine without Water Seal and no wash of two hands after defection and before meal. is very common. About 98% people use arsenic mixed water for drinking. These cause several diseases e.g. Diarrhoea (72%) Skin Disease (65%), Typhoid (25%) and Pneumonia (55%). Where


Operate sanitation and hygiene training i.e 150 women will learn how to prepare sanitary latrine and its usage, the necessity of hand wash, preparation of oral saline, etc. Set-up of 05 dustbins and drainage system, 01 Deep Tube-well with Water-tank

Long-Term Impact

The project will educate 150 women allowing them to increase their knowledge on family sanitation and hygiene that ultimately contribute to their families’ health and well-being.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Organization Information

Change and Development-CAD - DUPLICATE DO NOT USE

Location: Arappur, Jhenaidah - Bangladesh
Website: N/​A
Project Leader:
Sharif Hassan
Jhenaidah, Khulna Bangladesh

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