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Leading Women in Water and Technology celebrates Global Handwashing Day 2017

Leading Women in Water and Technology will train 10 sanitation prefects and 30 members of Health Clubs in 10 schools in Bamenda 2 Sub-division to help improve on the attitudes and behavior of children as regards the healthy practices that will prevent them from falling ill and miss classes. Leading Women in Water and Technology will hold 2 workshops on the topic on the devastating effects that poor hygiene has on children and the steps in handwashing by carrying out role play and will promote best practices for good health and results in schools.

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