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Sanitation - hygienic toilets and washbasins throughout the village. A latrine with 6 cubicles and a hand washing facility has also already been built in Gatihomé, as there are no toilets, as in all rural areas of Togo.
Where is the toilet here, please? A normal question for us when we are on the road. And while we are hoarding toilet paper for the second Corona Lockdown, elsewhere there are no toilets at all. 19 November is UN World Toilet Day; the aim is to raise awareness of the global sanitation crisis in order to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 6: Water and Sanitation for All by 2030. Sanitation is critical for health, child development and social and economic progress. They are also an important contribution to climate protection. How far we still are from achieving this goal is shown by startling facts and figures from a report by WHO and UNICEF: 4.2 billion people use toilets where waste goes untreated; 673 million people have no toilets at all and defecate in the open; 367 million children attend schools without toilets; Over 10 per cent of hospitals are without sanitation facilities; Only 32 per cent of forcibly displaced people have basic sanitation. We at Kekeli are making a small contribution so that latrines are at least available in Klologo, the village that we serve with our projects. We have already built a latrine with donations and are planning another one near the school.
Grant for "Hygiene 3.0 In Klologo, we have provided clean water by drilling wells (Hygiene 1.0) and hygienic toilets by building latrines (Hygiene 2.0). Nowadays, people everywhere are urging people to wash their hands to avoid the risk of infection. But what good is an appeal if there are no opportunities? For our new project Hygiene 3.0, we were able to convince "Apotheker helfen e.V." to give us a grant for the installation of 40 mobile hand- washing stations in Klologo, distributed over important locations such as schools, market places and kindergartens. The hand washing stations will make an important contribution to the containment of the Corona pandemic and other communicable diseases. 23.09.2020
Thank you for your support!
Sanitation - hygienic toilets and washbasins throughout the village. A latrine with 6 cubicles and a hand washing facility has also already been built in Gatihomé, as there are no toilets, as in all rural areas of Togo.
Where is the toilet here, please? A normal question for us when we are on the road. And while we are hoarding toilet paper for the second Corona Lockdown, elsewhere there are no toilets at all. 19 November is UN World Toilet Day; the aim is to raise awareness of the global sanitation crisis in order to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 6: Water and Sanitation for All by 2030. Sanitation is critical for health, child development and social and economic progress. They are also an important contribution to climate protection. How far we still are from achieving this goal is shown by startling facts and figures from a report by WHO and UNICEF: 4.2 billion people use toilets where waste goes untreated; 673 million people have no toilets at all and defecate in the open; 367 million children attend schools without toilets; Over 10 per cent of hospitals are without sanitation facilities; Only 32 per cent of forcibly displaced people have basic sanitation. We at Kekeli are making a small contribution so that latrines are at least available in Klologo, the village that we serve with our projects. We have already built a latrine with donations and are planning another one near the school.
Grant for "Hygiene 3.0 In Klologo, we have provided clean water by drilling wells (Hygiene 1.0) and hygienic toilets by building latrines (Hygiene 2.0). Nowadays, people everywhere are urging people to wash their hands to avoid the risk of infection. But what good is an appeal if there are no opportunities? For our new project Hygiene 3.0, we were able to convince "Apotheker helfen e.V." to give us a grant for the installation of 40 mobile hand-washing stations in Klologo, distributed over important locations such as schools, market places and kindergartens. The hand washing stations will make an important contribution to the containment of the Corona pandemic and other communicable diseases. 23.09.2020
© Kekeli Togo e.V.
Thank you for your support!