15 USD provides one child with a clean toilet for a whole year.
In the Kibera slum in Nairobi, Africa’s second-largest urban informal settlement, most schools do not have any toilets. Children are forced to leave school and search for a dirty communal latrine or to do their needs in the open. Due to lack of hygiene and sanitation, school children in slums often suffer from diarrheal diseases and lose valuable time away from class, and both girls and boys are at constant risk of sexual harassment and violence.
IAS' local partner Peepoople Kenya is currently distributing Peepoo toilets together with hygiene training to about 20,000 children in Kibera. Studies show that both teachers and parents testify that the children are less sick, can focus better and are kept safe at school during the day.
Your contribution would have a great impact on these children’s lives, and with 15 USD we can provide one child with a clean toilet for a whole year. Please read more on www.peepoople.com