Volunteers Trained on Community Based Environmental Health Promotion ProgramReported by Rebero Jean d'Amour, Story written by Amanda Mulder
During the month, volunteers and community health workers were trained on Community Based Enviornmental Health Promotion Program.
One participant described the value of the training, "I am happy to attend this training because I have been refreshed on the functionality of hygiene clubs in the village. After this training, we are going to resume hygiene club actvities which were stopped by COVID-19. We will promote hygiene in our village and will support the most vulnerable to have some materials like basins, cups, and soaps for regular hand washing. As we got household water filters in my village, I will work with water project volutneers to make home visits for checking the functionality of these filters and mobilizing beneficiaries to filter unclean water for their neighbors without filters to help them drinking clean water and have good health."