It's World Water Week!

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.

Its World Water Week!

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










2/11 Student disposes a sanitary napkin into a napkin disposal machine installed in the #school.
#WWWeek #cleanindia #healthyindia











3/11 When schools teach children about the importance of #handwashing before and after eating, children have a healthy learning environment.
#Cleanhands with #cleanwater











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6/11 Children at a primary school in Lucknow district enjoy their #mid-day-meal in a healthy learning environment.











7/11 It's important to teach children the perks of keeping themselves clean and steer clear of the diseases. #Cleanwater to keep #diseases at bay.











8/11 for #everychild #cleanwater












9/11 Rasoiya (cook) at a goverment school in Chitrakoot district prepare #food for #students using clean water.










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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.



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