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This is a practical training manual prepared for community workers providing training to community-based sanitation enterprises in Vanuatu in how to advise customers on selection of appropriate toilet design, and safe location of different types of toilets.
How can we promote healthy habits to kids?
This set of stickers will help teachers and educators promote healthy habits in schools and communities. Children love stickers, and you can use them as a reward or a reminder to stop the spread of disease by washing hands and wearing shoes.
How can media in the Pacific support human rights?
This guide is designed for use by Pacific journalists and other media workers, and aims to increase awareness and understanding of the human rights of men, women, boys and girls living in Pacific communities.