Published in: 2009
Background: Improving the appeal of school sanitation facilities for pupils may not only be a means to reduce open defecation or urination at school, but it may also improve students’ self esteem and the appeal of attending school. Since September 2006, SWASH+ has been working in primary schools in three districts in Nyanza Province - gathering and analyzing data, learning about challenges, and testing innovations for school water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH). In February 2009, the Kenya Water for Health Organization (KWAHO) constructed girls’ urinals in three schools in Kenya’s Nyanza Province.
McMahon, S. (2009). SWASH+ Assessing the Feasibility and Acceptability of Girls’ Urinals: Final Report - SWASH+: Sustaining and Scaling School Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Plus Community Impact. SWASH+
English Schools Sub-Saharan Africa
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