School Sanitation facilities for girls students in Alwar (Rajasthan), Chennai and Ranipet / Vellore (Tamil Nadu), India.
Alwar (Rajasthan), Chennai and Vellore (Tamil Nadu).
1,559 (two schools in Chennai, two schools in Vellore and three schools in Alwar)
December 2017 – December 2018
Construction of Toilets in schools are easy but making them functional and usable always needs the change of mind set and behaviours of the large group of children and commitment of the school teachers.
Setting three model schools with adequate sanitation facilities.
Improve child well-being by enabling communities and schools to achieve sustainable access to adequate potable water, improved sanitation and good hygiene practices.
To ensure the sustainability of WinS, the program will focus on promotion of behavioural change, formation and strengthening of Child cabinet and SMC in each schools as first step.
It also requires carrying out software activities in schools to inculcate hand washing behaviour, improved hygienic practices and adolescent health and MHM practices along with regular utilization of sanitary facilities among children in schools.
Children have access to an improved water supply.
Girls’ students have access to improved sanitation, hygiene knowledge and practice and improved capacity of menstrual hygiene management.