Why?. Children have the right to water, sanitation and health. This right needs to be fulfilled in schools where children spend much of their day. WASH in schools leads to healthier children and better educational performance
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(source: WASH in schools study, UNICEF 2010)
Water ,Sanitation and Hygiene Standards for Schools in low cost setting : WHO & UNICEF
Child-Friendly Hygiene and Sanitation Facilities in Schools:
Indispensable to effective hygiene education: IRC , UNICEF
Thant Shin (Clean) Star Approach is adopted from the Three Star Approach – UNICEF global approach for WASH in schools
Principle: simple, scalable and sustainable