Front view of the boys’ latrines at the local school in the Koitoror area. The boys’ latrines are in a very bad state – there are broken doors and a collapsed urinal wall.
The toilet facilities are shared by the children attending the Early Childhood Development Center and primary school pupils. The distance from the Early Childhood Development Center to the latrines is more than 50 meters.
The girls’ latrines.
There are no hand washing facilities.
Inside a classroom at the local school in the Koitoror area. The classrooms do not have enough desks and chairs of the right size for the children, play items or wall charts to illustrate learning and ideas.
The classroom from the outside. The building is in bad condition and the roof leaks.
The toilet facilities at the local school in the Kapsoya area are in a very bad state – the piped water system is broken and there are no hand washing facilities.
The distance from the Early Childhood Development Center to the latrines is long. And the facilities are shared by the children attending preschool daycare and primary school pupils. The young children often soil themselves because they wait for the older children to use the latrines first.
The boys’ latrines are in a very bad state - there are broken doors, blocked basins and dirty urinals.
At the local school in the Kimalel area, the distance from the preschool daycare center to the latrines is more than 100 meters. It is at the edge of the school compound.
The 150 children attending preschool daycare in Kimalel have their own separate toilet facilities. However, it is small and not sex-separated.
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