WASH in Nepal programme improves access to water and sanitation and promotes improved hygiene behaviours for positive impacts on health and development. as a means of improving the health of children and contributing to a clean and healthy learning environment.
“I lost my father at an early stage with the responsibility of my brother I started to work as a mason an early age. I was a local women mason and constructed toilet but did not have toilet in my home. Later I came to know the benefit of the toilet through GSF campaign. Now I am proud to have a toilet in my home and I have a set an example that mason work can be done by women also”
Srijana Chaudhary, Local Women Mason