The Congolese government and UNICEF are co-managing the School Sanitation project, which aims to facilitate access to drinking water and raise awareness of water hygiene issues among children. Following the success of the Clean Water at School project in Burkina Faso, our partner in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, MajiMaisha-Antenna, initiated a test phase for the introduction of WATA technologies.
Since 2016, the project has offered training on the use of WATA technologies to teachers so that they can produce chlorine locally in schools. The programme has trained more than 2,500 students in five schools on the importance of following hygiene measures and has provided them with access to drinking water.
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