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Can Hygiene be Cool and Fun? Insights from School Children in Senegal


booklet Mar 2007 ; 12 pages
Aut. Valerie Curtis & Myriam Sidibe
Ed. LSHTM - London WSP - Africa - Nairobi
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Abstract:
A research project conducted among primary schools in Dakar suggests that relatively simple low-cost interventions can have far-reaching effects in improving children’s hygiene practices. This is provided that they take into account motivational factors and children’s sensitivities in relation to toilet practice and personal hygiene.

Keywords:

hand washing, soap (DT) (ET) , latrine, toilet (DT) (ET) , school (DT) (ET)

Country:

Senegal (DT) (ET)

Publishers/Broadcasters:

LSHTM - London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Environmental Health Group - London - United Kingdom
    

WSP - Africa - Water and Sanitation Program - Africa - Nairobi - Kenya
    

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