Nearly 570 million children worldwide don't have clean drinking water in school. In India, only 69% schools provide water to students that's safe to drink.
When schools have clean water, toilets and soap for handwashing, children have chances of a better health and immunity system.
Be that mid-day-meal cooked in clean water or availability of soap and sanitary napkins in school premises, a better nation awaits it all. Clean water is required for all of these.
Water is a right, not a privilege. Watch out this #PhotoStory by Jigyasa Mishra to understand the scenario of some government schools in Uttar Pradesh.
1/11 A student at Primary School in Mirzapur #UttarPradesh takes a sanitary napkin from her teacher in the #school.
When schools have clean #water, #toilets soap and sanitary pads, #girls are more likely to stay healthy when they have their #periods. #WWWeek
9/11 Rasoiya (cook) at a goverment school in Chitrakoot district prepare #food for #students using clean water.
11/11 Water is a right, not a privilege. These students from a primary school in Sitapur are happy to have access to clean #drinkingwater in school.