SaTo Stories: Safe Sanitation Brought to Kenyan School

Each year, children miss 443 million school days due to illnesses caused by poor sanitation.

Among them was 11-year old Christine from Nairobi, KenyaEven when she attended class, Christine was reluctant to use the bathroom.

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