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Save the Children celebrates Global Handwashing Day 2017 in Kenya

April 3, 2018

Save the Children worked with schools in Mandera and Turkana counties to mark this day. In Mandera West, a total of 1,500 students participated and performed skits and poems with handwashing messages. The best school was awarded at the end of the event. In Turkana, […]

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UNICEF celebrates Global Handwashing Day 2017 in Kenya

April 2, 2018

The WASH and Nutrition sections of UNICEF in Kenya collaborated to celebrate in Kajiado County. The Ministry of Health was the Government lead for the day. UNICEF supported the celebration activities (drama, poetry, music, speeches), and contributes to writing and funding the newspaper supplement. More […]

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World Healing Project celebrates Global Handwashing Day 2017 in Kenya

April 2, 2018

World Healing Project distributed 100 SpaTaps at Simerro school, in a remote region of Kenya. Around 100 children took part in this as well as the head teacher and other teachers.  The children learned about the importance of handwashing and how to use a SpaTap.

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World Vision celebrates Global Handwashing Day 2017 in Kenya

November 5, 2017

World Vision celebrated Global Handwashing Day on Monday the 16th of October at Isinya Primary School in Kajiado County.

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New Gen Outreach celebrated Global Handwashing Day 2017 in Kenya

October 30, 2017

New Gen Outreach celebrated Global Handwashing Day 2017 in Kenya.

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TippyTap Kenya celebrates Global Handwashing Day 2017

October 30, 2017

This year TippyTap Kenya celebrated Global Handwashing Day on the 16th October at Isinya primary school in Kajiado county and was attended by over 3,000 pupils and partners, attempting to break the Guinness world record titled ‘most hands washed by tippy taps’ that saw 150 […]

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Soweto Youth Initiative celebrates Global Handwashing Day 2017 in Kenya

October 30, 2017

Soweto Youth Initiative, a community organization in the outskirts of the city of Nairobi organized a successful handwashing event. More than 60 children washed their hands with. We also taught the children the importance of washing their hands with soap. 

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Our Hands, Our Future – Let’s invest more

October 13, 2017

By Wanjiku Kuria, Technical Specialist – Sanitation & Hygiene, World Vision Kenya; originally published 13 October 2017 by World Vision. Diarrhoea alone kills nearly 2 million people worldwide each year, of which 1.5 million are children. Nearly 90 per cent of diarrhoea is attributed to […]

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Afya Uzazi celebrates Global Handwashing Day 2017 in Kenya

October 13, 2017

AFYA Uzazi supported the Sub-County Public Health department in Kuresoi North to mark the Global Handwashing Day and use it to promote WASH in Pele Primary School (Kamara Ward) on 16th October 2017. The event brought together members of the school, surrounding community, local administration […]

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The County Government of Kiambu celebrates Global Handwashing Day 2017 in Kenya

October 2, 2017

The County Government of Kiambu we organize the 500 students of Kagwe Urban Primary to wash their hands in celebration of Global Handwashing Day 2017.

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