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Tool No. 27 – Hoarding on Payment of Water Tax on Time (Marathi)

Tool No. 27 – Hoarding on Payment of Water Tax on Time (Marathi)

Synopses: The hoarding advocates for timely payment of water tax to ensure regular maintenance, repair and continuous supply of water. Suggested Audience: Household and Community members; village level committees working on water and sanitation
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Tags: Hoarding, timely payment, water bills, regular maintenance, repair and supply of water, water tax
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
763 views, 170 downloads
Hoarding Language: Marathi
Tool No. 26 – Poster on Six Important  Components of Sanitation in  Schools (Marathi)

Tool No. 26 – Poster on Six Important Components of Sanitation in Schools (Marathi)

Synopses: The poster delineates six important factors of cleanliness in schools. • Clean and safe compound • Independent toilets and handwashing arrangement for boys and girls • Provision of nail cutter, mirror and comb in the school • Availability of safe drinking water for the children • Imparting education regarding cleanliness and appropriate hygiene and sanitation in schools • Provisions of tidy and clean place to eat food Suggested Audience: Parents, adolescents, caregivers, school teachers. SMC members; community members
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Tags: Poster, cleanliness, schools, compound, handwashing, safe drinking water, sanitation, personal hygiene
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Categories: School Sanitation
1138 views, 388 downloads
Poster Language: Marathi
Tool No. 25 - Poster on Disposal of Sanitary Napkins/Pads (Marathi)

Tool No. 25 - Poster on Disposal of Sanitary Napkins/Pads (Marathi)

Synopses: The poster presents the method of disposal of sanitary napkins/menstrual absorbents. The essential steps in disposal of napkin/absorbent as follows. • Wrap the napkin in the paper • Put the paper in the dustbin or burn it or bury the paper in ground • Wash hands with soap after disposing off the napkin/absorbent Suggested Audience: Women, adolescent girls, caregivers, school teachers, ANM, ASHA and AWW.
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Tags: Poster, steps, disposal, sanitary napkins/pads, menstruation
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
939 views, 329 downloads
Poster Language: Marathi
Tool No. 24 - Poster on Steps on use of Sanitary Napkins / Pads (Marathi)

Tool No. 24 - Poster on Steps on use of Sanitary Napkins / Pads (Marathi)

Synopses: The poster depicts the steps on use of sanitary napkins: • Wash hands with soap before using the napkin • Take it out from the packet • Peel out the release paper • Stick the napkin inside the panty • Wash hands with soap after affixing the napkin/absorbent Suggested Audience: women, adolescent girls, caregivers, school teachers, ANM, ASHA and AWW.
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Tags: Poster, steps, sanitary napkins/pads, menstruation, use
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
743 views, 268 downloads
Poster Language: Marathi
Tool No. 23 - Poster on Separate Toilet for Boys and Girls (Marathi)

Tool No. 23 - Poster on Separate Toilet for Boys and Girls (Marathi)

Synopses: The poster emphasises the importance of separate toilets for girls and boys in schools. Some of the key benefits of separate toilets for girls and boys are as follows: • Regular attendance of girls in the school • Rise in the number of girls in the school • No inconvenience and problems faced during rainy days • Facility to dispose of sanitary napkins/menstrual absorbents during menstruation Suggested Audience: Parents, care givers, school teachers, SMC members, household and community members.
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Tags: Poster, separate toilet, boys, girls, attendance, sanitary napkins/menstrual absorbents, menstruation, school
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Categories: School Sanitation
719 views, 209 downloads
Poster Language: Marathi
Tool No. 22 - Poster on Toilet Construction and Dignity (Marathi)

Tool No. 22 - Poster on Toilet Construction and Dignity (Marathi)

Synopses: In this poster a family is shown with a toilet in their house. The head of the family proudly claims “For the security and dignity of my family I changed my thinking, and got a toilet constructed in my house.” Suggested Audience: Parents, caregivers; household and community members.
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Tags: Poster, family, toilet, security, dignity, toilet construction, toilet use
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
621 views, 211 downloads
Poster Language: 
Tool No. 21 – Poster on Toilet Construction and Savings (Marathi)

Tool No. 21 – Poster on Toilet Construction and Savings (Marathi)

Synopses: This poster on toilet construction informs the viewers that toilet use keeps diseases away and reduces health expenditure. Thus, everyone should construct toilet in his/her house and those who do will as a result will end up saving money. Suggested Audience: Parents, household and community members.
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Tags: Poster, toilet construction, diseases, health expenditure, saving money, toilet use
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
846 views, 205 downloads
Poster Language: Marathi
Tool No. 20 – Poster on Toilet Construction and Women’s Safety (Marathi)

Tool No. 20 – Poster on Toilet Construction and Women’s Safety (Marathi)

Synopses: The poster aims to provoke construction of individual household toilets to protect women/girls from the embarrassment and insecurity of defecating in the open. A woman in the poster is urging her husband to be attentive towards her security need and to get a toilet constructed in the house. Suggested Audience: Men, household and community members.
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Tags: Poster, toilet construction, women’s safety, dignity, security, open defecation, household toilet
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
760 views, 207 downloads
Poster Language: Marathi
Tool No. 19 – Poster on Toilet Construction  (Marathi)

Tool No. 19 – Poster on Toilet Construction (Marathi)

Synopses: The poster stresses upon the importance of toilet construction. It delivers the message that toilet construction keeps diseases away and leads to savings by reducing health expenditure. Suggested Audience: Parents, caregivers, household and community members.
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Tags: Poster, toilet construction, diseases, savings, health expenditure, household toilet
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
717 views, 191 downloads
Poster Language: Marathi
Tool No. 18 – Handbook on RTE  (Marathi)

Tool No. 18 – Handbook on RTE (Marathi)

Synopses: This handbook on Right to Education describes the provisions of the act. It also elaborates upon duties of government and local authorities to ensure effective implementation of the act. Additionally, accountability frameworks for schools, teachers and community leaders for implementing right to education are also outlined in the handbook. Suggested Audience: Parents, children, care givers, teachers, school management committee and community members.
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Tags: Handbook, right, education, government, local authorities, school, teacher, community leader
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Categories: Quality Package
916 views, 329 downloads
Booklet Language: Marathi
Tool No. 17 – Solid and Liquid Waste Management Booklet  (Marathi)

Tool No. 17 – Solid and Liquid Waste Management Booklet (Marathi)

Synopses: The booklet describes solid and liquid management principles and practices to be adopted at the community level. It discusses water conservation, waste management including recycling of waste, types of diseases caused by contaminated water at the community level. Apart from this, the booklet also details out the management of waste water at the household and community levels and the steps to be taken for storage of water in safe and clean manner to keep the community healthy. Suggested Audience: Parents, children, care givers, teachers, ASHA, ANM, AWW and community members.
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Tags: Solid and liquid waste management, water conservation, waste management, storage, water, community and household
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
1451 views, 255 downloads
Booklet Language: Marathi
Tool No. 16 – My Views on Menstruation (Marathi)

Tool No. 16 – My Views on Menstruation (Marathi)

Synopses: This booklet provides information on menstruation and associated physical and bodily changes in adolescent girls. In a simple and interactive way, the booklet explains challenges faced during menstruation and ways to deal with these challenges. It lays specific emphasis on maintaining hygiene and cleanliness and use and safe disposal of sanitary napkins/menstrual absorbents. Suggested Audience: adolescent girls
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Tags: Booklet, menstruation, physical changes, bodily changes, hygiene, sanitary napkin/menstrual absorbents, menstrual hygiene management, MHM
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
729 views, 411 downloads
Booklet Language: Marathi
Tool No. 15 – Types of Toilets (Marathi)

Tool No. 15 – Types of Toilets (Marathi)

Synopses: The booklet provides detailed information on different types of toilets such as single pit and twin pit pour flush toilets and eco-sanitation toilets. Details on process of construction of leach pits, estimated expenses of toilet construction and benefits of toilet usage have also been elaborated in the booklet. The document explains that proper construction and use of toilets protects people from diseases and reduces their health expenditure and results in savings. Suggested Audience: Community frontline workers like, ANM, ASHA, AWW, village level sanitation workers and committee members; Household and community members.
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Tags: Booklet, types of toilets, flush pour toilets, leach pit, eco-sanitation toilets, process of construction, diseases, infections
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
727 views, 189 downloads
Booklet Language: Marathi
Tool No. 14 –  Various Schemes on Toilet (Marathi)

Tool No. 14 – Various Schemes on Toilet (Marathi)

Synopses: The purpose of this booklet is to provide information on various schemes run by the Government of Maharashtra to readers. This booklet also provides details of incentives post successful implementation and completion of provisions of these schemes. The document also serves as a tool to create awareness among larger public towards cleanliness and personal hygiene, importance of toilet construction and usage and organising cleanliness drives. Suggested Audience: Community frontline workers like -ANM, ASHA, AWW, village level sanitation workers and committee members; household and community members.
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Tags: Booklet, schemes, Government of Maharashtra, incentives, provisions, awareness generation, toilet construction, toilet usage, cleanliness, personal hygiene, cleanliness drive, slums
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
737 views, 249 downloads
Booklet Language: Marathi
Tool No. 13 –  Diarrhea  Prevention and Management  (Marathi)

Tool No. 13 – Diarrhea Prevention and Management (Marathi)

Synopses: The tool elaborates upon the prevention and management of diarrhea. It provides information on causes, symptoms and treatment of diarrhea. The transmission of diarrhea can take place through contaminated water and food, unclean hands, unhygienic conditions in house and surroundings and open defecation. Diarrhea results in loose and watery stools and lead to water deficiency in the body. To manage a child’s diarrhea at home following points should be remembered: • A child below two months should be breast fed and given oral rehydration solution (ORS) • A child between two to six months should be breast fed and given ORS and zinc syrup • A child above six months along with breast milk, ORS, zinc syrup should also be given coconut water, fresh fruit juice and clean water etc. In case diarrhea becomes severe the child should be taken to the doctor immediately. The tool also shows the recipe of making ORS at home. Suggested Audience: Parents, caregivers, SHG members, community frontline workers like - ANM, ASHA, AWW, etc. and community members.
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Tags: Sequence tool, diarrhea, prevention, management, treatment, ORS, breast feeding, zinc syrup, loose and watery stools, water deficiency, sanitation, hygiene, contaminated water
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
1102 views, 331 downloads
Game Language: Marathi
Tool No. 12 – Safe Disposal of Child Faeces (Marathi)

Tool No. 12 – Safe Disposal of Child Faeces (Marathi)

Synopses: The long scroll shows the important steps for safe disposal of child faeces. These steps include: • Cleaning the faeces of a child with a neat cloth • Washing soiled clothes with soap and water • Disposing of the faeces in the toilet • Washing hands with soap and water after handling child’s faeces • Encouraging and helping the children to use toilet • Washing hands of the child with soap and water after he/she uses the toilet • F-Diagram showing transmission of faeces The scroll effectively shows that safe disposal of child faeces can reduce the transmission of infections and diseases. Suggested Audience: Parents, caregivers, community frontline workers - ANM, ASHA, AWW, etc. and community members.
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Tags: Phad, long scroll, safe disposal of child faeces, toilet, handwashing, soap, water, infections and diseases, transmission of faeces
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
645 views, 143 downloads
Game Language: Marathi
Tool No. 11 –  Divya Flip Book (Marathi)

Tool No. 11 – Divya Flip Book (Marathi)

Synopses: The flipbook discusses menstruation and menstrual hygiene management (MHM) through a character – an adolescent girl called Divya. It describes the use and safe disposal of menstrual absorbents, need to continue normal activities during menstruation such as socialising with friends, engaging in physical exercises and games, etc. It also explains the importance of consuming nutritious foods by adolescent girls to maintain good health. Suggested Audience: Adolescent Girls, Parents, caregivers and community members.
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Tags: Flip book, village, disposal, solid waste, awareness generation, sanitation, hygiene, menstrual hygiene, menstruation, menstrual hygiene management, MHM
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
509 views, 295 downloads
Flip Book Language: Marathi
Tool No. 10 –  Swachh and Nirmal Village (Marathi)

Tool No. 10 – Swachh and Nirmal Village (Marathi)

Synopses: In this flipbook, the importance and steps to keep village clean and open defecation free is described using several pictorial descriptions. All aspects of clean village are addressed including safe disposal of solid waste, use of waste water in horticulture, adverse effects of dumping garbage in open, construction of proper sewage drains, road construction within villages, use of renewable energy sources such as bio gas, organising awareness generation programmes in the community on sanitation and hygiene and liquid and solid waste management. Suggested Audience: Community frontline cadre like- ANM, ASHA, AWW, village level sanitation workers and committee members, etc. and community members
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Tags: Flip book, clean, village, open defecation free, sanitary, hygienic conditions, disposal, solid waste, renewable energy, waste water, awareness generation, sanitation, hygiene, waste management, SLWM
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
769 views, 186 downloads
Flip Book Language: Marathi
Tool No. 9 – Water Safety (Marathi)

Tool No. 9 – Water Safety (Marathi)

Synopses: The flip book contains information on safety of water at village level. It pictorially describes the role of district council, panchayat, youth groups, self-service institutions, water laboratory and horticulture department. It also describes the role of behaviour change communication (BCC) programmes in creating awareness on water safety. The flip book also describes use of various BCC tools such as posters, puppet shows and other inter-personal communication tools. The flipbook can be used by frontline functionaries during gram sabha, surveys, while distributing literature, during village mapping exercises and other workshops and training programmes regarding water safety. It also emphasises the importance of repair and maintenance of equipment in the village to ensure water safety and quality and community monitoring of water security and safety. Suggested Audience: Parents, children, caregivers, frontline community workers- ANM, ASHA, AWW, village level sanitation workers and committee members, etc; community members.
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Tags: Flip book, water safety, water security district council, panchayat, youth circle, self-service institutions, water laboratory, horticulture department, behaviour change communication, posters, puppet shows, frontline workers, repair, maintenance, community monitoring
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Categories: Drinking Water Safety
763 views, 219 downloads
Flip Book Language: Marathi
Tool No. 8 – Spread of Infections due to insanitary environment and unhygienic conditions (Marathi)

Tool No. 8 – Spread of Infections due to insanitary environment and unhygienic conditions (Marathi)

Synopses: The card game will help the participants to understand how different kinds of diseases and infections spread due to dirt and unhygienic conditions and practices. • Eating infectious fruits kept in open • Through dirty hands • By mosquitoes and flies • Walking barefoot without footwear • Staying in dirty and unhygienic house and surroundings • Using contaminated water • Open defecation • Animal excreta is a breeding ground for mosquitoes and flies The above stated conditions may result in spread of diseases such as cholera, malaria, typhoid and stomach worms. Suggested Audience: Parents, caregivers, frontline community workers like ANM, ASHA, AWW etc, and community members.
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Tags: Card game, spread of diseases/infections, cholera, malaria, typhoid, stomach worms, dirt, garbage, unhygienic conditions, insanitary, environment, open defecation, contaminated water, mosquitoes, flies
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
574 views, 126 downloads
Game Language: Marathi
Tool No. 7 –  Menstrual Hygiene - Myths and Facts  (Marathi)

Tool No. 7 – Menstrual Hygiene - Myths and Facts (Marathi)

Synopses: The pocket chart dispels myths related to menstruation and explicates key facts about good practices girls should observe during their periods or menses. Facts • Talk to a reliable person • Rest and be happy • Take complete rest during illness • Talk to the doctor frequently • Go to school • Use clean sanitary napkin/menstrual absorbents and clothes • Eat fresh and healthy food • Exercise regularly • Disposing of used sanitary napkin in the dustbin • Playing with friends • Taking bath regularly • Carry a spare sanitary napkin while going out Myths, misconceptions and harmful practices • Not touching the pickle bottle • Not changing the absorbent during the whole day • Not stepping out of the house • Not allowing girls to play with friends • Not allowing them to worship or enter temple • Not touching any belongings of household and kitchen • Not talking with boys • Feeling shy while playing with friends • Hiding clothes used as absorbents during the menstruation keeping these clothes for drying in a cowshed • Staying alone Suggested Audience: Parents, adolescent girls, caregivers
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Tags: Pocket chart, menstruation, facts, myths, misconceptions, harmful practices, sanitary napkin/menstrual absorbent, menstrual hygiene management, MHM
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
684 views, 162 downloads
Game Language: Marathi
Tool No. 6 – Benefits of Handwashing (Marathi)

Tool No. 6 – Benefits of Handwashing (Marathi)

Synopses: Highlighting the benefits of handwashing. The pocket chart also depicts the critical times at which hands should be washed, which are: • Upon handling faeces of a child • After using toilets and changing menstrual absorbent/sanitary napkin • After putting garbage in the dustbin • Before preparing the meals and storing water • While breast feeding the baby and feeding the children The key benefits of washing hands are as follows. • Safety from germs • Safety from illnesses, as a result the body remains healthy and children do not fall sick and miss school On the contrary, not washing hands may lead to diseases such as Diarrhea, skin and eye infections and worms in the stomach. Suggested Audience: Parents, caregivers and community members.
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Tags: Pocket chart, handwashing, soap, safety, germs, illness, diarrhea, skin infections, eye infections, toilet, menstrual absorbent/sanitary napkin, toilet, handling child faeces, worms
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
607 views, 140 downloads
Game Language: Marathi
Tool No. 5 – Water Safety at Household Level (Marathi)

Tool No. 5 – Water Safety at Household Level (Marathi)

Synopses: The pocket chart game with the help of visuals shows the ways of maintaining water safety at the household level. The chart game describes common practices which lead to water contamination: • Drawing water from unsafe sources of water • If the toilet is located near the hand pump • Use of unclean utensil for storing the water • Putting hand inside a utensil full of water • Keeping water in an uncovered utensil Consequently some of the do’s to keep in mind to maintain water safety at home include: • Draw water from safe sources • Store water in clean utensils • Keep drinking water covered and at a place above the floor level • While taking out the water, don’t put hands in the utensil • Use a ladle or tap of the utensil for taking out water from the utensil It is important to maintain water safety as contaminated water may cause diseases such as Cholera, Typhoid, Diarrhea and Jaundice. To make contaminated water clean and safe it should be boiled, filtered, alum or chlorine tablets to be used. Suggested Audience: Parents, children, caregivers, ANM, ASHA, AWW, SHG members and community members.
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Tags: Pocket chart game, water safety, Cholera, Typhoid, Diarrhea, Jaundice, hand pump, boiling, filter, alum, chlorine tablets, water security, contamination, collecting water, water storage
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
538 views, 128 downloads
Game Language: Marathi
Tool No. 4 – Importance of Creating a Diarrhea Free Village (Marathi)

Tool No. 4 – Importance of Creating a Diarrhea Free Village (Marathi)

Synopses: As part of this game the process of making a village open defecation free has been explained. The participants are required to organise pictorial cards to show the characteristics of two villages. The first village is open defecation free where community members use toilets, while other village where people defecate in the open has high prevalence of diarrhea. Some of the qualities of a open defecation free village depicted in the game are as follows. • People have a healthy habit of using toilets regularly • This keeps the environment in the village clean • Reduced transmission of infections • Toilets are safer for women and children to use especially during the night • Toilets are safer for elderly to use specifically in rainy season • This reduces financial burden on the families Suggested Audience: Parents, care givers, ANM, ASHA, AWW and community members.
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Tags: Sorting game, village, open defecation free, ODF, toilet, infection, diseases, women, children, elderly, clean, habit, diarrhoea, healthy
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
507 views, 231 downloads
Game Language: Marathi
Tool No. 3 - Disposal of Child Excreta (Marathi)

Tool No. 3 - Disposal of Child Excreta (Marathi)

Synopses: The board game describes the process of proper disposal of child excreta with the help of visuals. It requires participants to identify do’s and don’ts while handling child excreta. The important do’s and don’ts of safe disposal of child faeces include: Do’s • Clean the faeces of a child with a neat cloth • Clean soiled clothes with soap and water • Dispose of the stool in the toilet • Wash hands with soap and water after handling child’s faeces • Encourage and help the child to use toilet • Wash hands of the child with soap and water after using toilet Don’ts • Dispose of child faeces in the open • Allowing children to defecate in the open The game involves completing a flow chart of modes of disease transmission on the basis of the F-Diagram. Suggested Audience: Parents, caregivers, ANM, ASHA, AWW, etc.
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Tags: Board game, safe disposal, child excreta, child faeces, toilet, handwashing, soap, water, F-diagram, disease transmission
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Categories: Home Hygiene and Sanitation
315 views, 105 downloads
Game Language: Marathi