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A Study on the Role of Students in Best Sanitation Services If Secondary Schools of Prakasam District, Andhra Pradesh, India

Abstract


The good organization of cleaning and maintenance of the water and sanitation facilities is of the utmost importance. Badly maintained sanitation facilities often cause an even bigger health risk than scattered defecation. Stagnant water around tapstands and in blocked drainage channels attracts rodents and forms a breeding place for mosquitoes. It is not so important who cleans and maintains facilities, but that arrangements for it are made, and that this is done before construction starts. Child participation is a precondition for the success of any WASH in Schools intervention. Generally, teachers in primary and secondary school have been trained in traditional classroom teaching approaches, in which there is little room for active participation by the students.

Hence, this study, ‘A study on the role of students in best sanitation services if secondary schools of prakasam district’’ has been chosen to look into the issues and practices for best sanitation services.


Keywords

Sanitation, challenging services, hygiene education, diseases, health practices

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