This guideline provides information on how to handle menstruation, take care of hygienic issues, practice of health and hygiene for girls, what are puberty and the physiology of menstruation. In addition, it is a good teaching source for teachers and facilitators.
This brief for
Cambodia demonstrates that spending on water supply and sanitation reaps
enormous rewards in terms of improvements to quality of life, health, brings environmental
and economic benefits, and contributes to poverty reduction.
In October 2009 WSSCC was pleased to make its first visit to China to learn about its WASH sector. The visit focused on meeting colleagues and learning about sanitation and hygiene issues and programmes as well as exploring the role for WSSCC in relation to China. There are a large number of people without improved sanitation in China, some 460 million mainly in rural areas according to the JMP.