The Katsina State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (RUWASSA) has implied that it has developed pit restrooms and furthermore with hand washing offices in atleast
110 grade schools in the state to upgrade the understudies’ sanitation and individual cleanliness.
The Executive Director of the organization Alhaji Aminu Dayyabu, revealed this on Tuesday in Katsina amid a press preparation as a component of the exercises to remember the 2017 United Nations Hand Washing Day.
Katsina Post learnt that the subject of the 2017 UN Hand Washing Day is: ‘Our Hands, Our Future’.
Dayyabu said that the organization had likewise restored pit lavatories in somewhere in the range of 350 elementary schools in the state.
He additionally revealed that more than 600 hand pumps were developed in a few groups to enhance water supply to provincial tenants in the state.
He uncovered that 15,000 students were shown hand washing and focused on the need to teach the propensity in them at young age.
As indicated by the official chief, specialists on sanitation will be presented on spots of love in the state to edify individuals on the significance of hand washing.
He, consequently, asked the general population to dependably wash their hands with cleanser or cinder before eating, in the wake of pooing and for nursing moms, before bosom bolstering.
”It isn’t a day occasion; we are utilizing this medium to ask individuals to soak up the way of life of washing their hands consistently.
”Thusly, the vast majority of the water and sanitation-related sicknesses will be disposed of,” he said.
Dayyabu clarified that hand washing would decrease water and sanitation-related sicknesses like cholera and the runs which represented high youngster and maternal passings in the nation.
He noticed that those exercises were led with help of the advancement accomplice, United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF).
RUWASSA is an organization saddled with obligation of giving water and enhancing ecological sanitation in rustic territories in the states.