The Initiative for Education and Development will build on their existing educational programs with schools and youths to trigger effective hand washing practices and spread the message of the importance of handwashing. A rapid knowledge, attitude and practice survey will be conducted to identify the baseline data and information. Behavior change messages at this event will be delivered through music, drama, dance, social media and the FM radio stations. Children will be encouraged to participate in arts and drawing of safe hygiene practices that will be turned into stickers or posters. This event will engage approximately 6,000 students. And link them to their future. This activities will be conducted in Tudun-wada, Sauka, Waru and Chibiri communities of Abuja.
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