TOILETS FOR NKONDO PRIMARY SCHOOL, BUWENGE SUB-COUNTY, JINJA DISTRICT
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Hello, I am Paul Ssenabulya.
Sanitation remains one of the biggest development challenges in all developing countries like Uganda. Improving sanitation is the key to achieving the health-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), reducing child mortality and combating disease.
However, these outcomes will remain pressing and persistent concerns for many communities which in turn will have considerable bearing on the progress of attaining the goals. A focus on appropriate outcome-oriented approaches to rural sanitation is critical, given that a majority of poor schools can’t withstand the demand for quality sanitation facilities.
In this therefore, Nkondo Primary School in Buwenge Sub-county in Jinja district is one of a kind with a big number of pupils but with poor sanitation and toilets that are in poor state.
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