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2016-03-09T22:57:05+05:30
Providing better water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services in schools reduces hygiene-related diseases and can help curb the 272 million schools days missed every year due to diarrhea.
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2016-03-09T23:02:41+05:30
Yes, lack of access to proper sanitation facilities indeed affects the lives of people. Not only do they have to seek other alternatives, but the risk of various diseases like cholera, typhoid,etc, and also the risk of respiratory and eye skin related disorders and infections. Lack of such facilities also leads, many a times, to ultimately deaths of infants and adults.
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