Here’s how Domestos is improving school sanitation guidelines and educating communities on the importance of health and hygiene in schools:
Why is School Sanitation Important?
Imagine what it must be like to be a child in South Africa without access to a decent toilet at school. It’s hard enough to survive and thrive, let alone having to worry about where you’re going to go to the bathroom today. A lack of access to safe, clean sanitation in schools has a ripple effect on children, including:
It can cause a variety of health problems for children making it difficult to focus on their studies or even having to miss days and weeks of school.
It can be dangerous for children to access poorly constructed toilets, with the risk of death in worst cases too.
How are Domestos Products Helping Improve Sanitation?
Domestos has developed a range of school cleaning products that are affordable, easy to use, and proven to be effective in improving hygiene and preventing illness. When there is access to effective cleaning supplies in schools, cleaning teams are able to effectively disinfect bathrooms and toilets killing 99.9% of germs on contact.
Take a look at the range of Domestos products available now that will clean school bathrooms quickly and hygienically; these products can also be used in homes and workplaces too.
How Does the Domestos Safer School Sanitation Improve School Children’s Lives?
Domestos wants to help improve school sanitation by providing toilets, and hygiene education, to kids in need. They believe that every child deserves the opportunity to learn in a clean and healthy environment. The Safer School Sanitation project helps to:
Protect learners from harmful germs through toilet refurbishment
Educate and provide school toilet maintenance
Educate learners and teachers through the national school’s hygiene program
Improve the standards of sanitation and hygiene in SA schools
For more information on how to get involved in the Domestos Safer School Sanitation campaign or to request assistance, visit Domestos today.