USAID/Zambia SPLASH Project - School WASH Indaba, Day One

August 14, 2012 was the kick off day for the first ever WASH in Schools Indaba (a multi-stakeholder strategic planning meeting) in Eastern Province of Zambia. This event was convened by the Zambia Ministry of Education, UNICEF, and the USAID-funded Schools Promoting Learning Achievement through Sanitation and Hygiene (SPLASH) project, implemented by the WASHplus project. Ninety-three participants and 15 SPLASH staff gathered for the opening ceremony, along with high-level Eastern Province government representatives.

SPLASH - Menstrual Hygiene Day Poem 2015

This poem is recited by students at Zambia's Magwero School for the Blind.

SPLASH - Menstrual Hygiene Management Day 2015

A video to commemorate Menstrual Hygiene Day 2015 and to share SPLASH's menstrual hygiene management efforts for schools in Zambia.

The Science of Habit

David Neal speaking at the International SBCC Summit 2016.

Handwashing Song

Children in Zambia sing a song about handwashing.

SPLASH Project Overview

Justin Lupele talks about SPLASH, WASH in schools and MHM.

Fecal Sludge Management in Madagascar

Watch this video to find out how to turn poo into profit.

Let Kids Learn

Clean water, adequate sanitation and proper hygiene require appropriate facilities and an awareness of good practices. Through the SPLASH partnership, CARE International supports the construction of boreholes and sanitation facilities, while FHI 360 supports teacher training and curriculum development. Local ministries, nongovernmental organizations and communities take it from there.


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