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쓰나미가 지나간지 3년, 아체 지역의 개선된 청결과 위생

2008.01.23

* Tsunami three year update – Aceh ‘superhero’ promotes hygiene and sanitation
* 02 min 41 secs
* 07 Nov 2007

Evil E. Coli bacteria are on the prowl at this primary school in Aceh. They are looking for their next victim: a student who didn’t wash his or her hands carefully.

Fortunately for them, a super-clean superhero summons friendly germs to fight off the e. coli and save the day.

This educational drama is part of a UNICEF supported project, implemented by its partner International Relief and Development, to teach better hygiene and sanitation practices in schools across Aceh.

In addition to the drama, children also learn about hygiene through board games and puzzles.

The program is named WASH, for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in schools. It has been implemented in more than 150 schools across the province, including here at Neusok Teubaluy, near Banda Aceh.

This school was severely damaged by the powerful earthquake that triggered the deadly tsunami of December 2004. It was rebuilt by UNICEF, featuring much improved water and sanitation facilities.

Najmuddin, Headmaster, Neusok Teubaluy Primary School: “Here we’ve seen a dramatic change with this program. Now children pay more attention to their hygiene and they like to practice with each other, and share their knowledge with each other.”

Students at Neusok Teubaluy are taught to wash their hands before and after playtime, and to brush their teeth. The school has ten peer educators, including 10-year-old Fajar Kurniawan, who try to make sure their classmates understand the importance of good hygiene practices.

Fajar Kurniawan, Peer Educator: “It’s my duty to maintain cleanliness, not to mess up the place, and to inform my friends about keeping clean.”

By promoting better hygiene in the classroom, UNICEF hopes children can serve as role models for improving sanitation practices in their communities at large, a key contribution in a wider effort to rebuild a healthier Aceh. 

In Banda Aceh, Indonesia, this is Steve Nettleton reporting for UNICEF. Unite for children.



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