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2008.08.11


UNICEF hygiene promoter teaches safe hygiene practices in her Bangladesh village
*시간: 02 min 04 secs
* 17 Jul 2008


Changing the behavior of a small community is a challenge that Athoi Marma is glad to take upon herself.


At only 19, she is actively involved in hygiene and sanitation promotion. She teaches primary school children and community members the benefits of good hygiene practices.


Athoi received 15 days of training that prepared her and gave her the basic communication skills to convey her message. She now works for the Sanitation, Hygiene Education and Water Supply in Bangladesh or SHEWAB, a project jointly implemented by the Bangladesh government and UNICEF.


SB (Bangla), Athoi Marma 19 years old:
“I enjoy working with the SHEWAB project. Through this project I have an opportunity to work closely with my neighbors for their wellbeing. All the villagers know me, they respect me and that is what I enjoy the most.”


Athoi teaches simple behavior change that can make a great impact on the community such as washing hands before eating food, avoiding open defecation and identifying and only drinking safe water.


SB (Bangla), Halacipru Marma, a 50–year old man:
“ First we did not believe Athoi, but she started visiting our house, talking with my wife, mother, and sister, she convinced them how basic hygiene practices can make a difference. Now we do not drink unsafe water, we collect water from the tube wells”


This UNICEF supported project aims to reach 30 million people with adequate sanitation and hygiene promotion. With prevention being the most effective tool against diseases – these “agents of change” such as Athoi help many households gain an ultimately lifesaving skill.


This is Natacha Ikoli reporting for UNICEF television Unite for Children.

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