No Gauteng schools using bucket system – Lesufi

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By Iavan Pijoos | Mar 02, 2016 No Gauteng schools are using the bucket toilet system, education MEC Panyaza Lesufi said on Tuesday.  “When I came into office, we identified about 200 schools with the worst sanitation facilities. There are no schools using the bucket system in Gauteng today,” Lesufi said. “Investing in school sanitation… Read more »

No Gauteng schools using bucket system – Lesufi

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Iavan Pijoos, News24 | News24 22:30 01/03/2016 Johannesburg – No Gauteng schools are using the bucket toilet system, education MEC Panyaza Lesufi said on Tuesday. “When I came into office, we identified about 200 schools with the worst sanitation facilities. There are no schools using the bucket system in Gauteng today,” Lesufi said. “Investing in… Read more »

Millions spent on upgrading school toilets

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NEWS/SOUTH-AFRICA/GAUTENG /  01 March 2016 at 21:16pm By: Lindi Masinga Johannesburg – Gauteng MEC of Education Panyaza Lesufi announced on Tuesday that his department had spent R300 million on constructing and upgrading toilets, as well as refurbishing state schools. “The Department of Education is excited that it can eradicate issues of sanitation. In Gauteng there are… Read more »

Concerted efforts needed to improve sanitation

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INTERVIEW/FEATURES Limited access to improved sanitation is a serious health risks to billions of people particularly those who live in developing countries. In Tanzania, 91 per cent of rural population and 78 per cent of urban population have no access to improved sanitation. This translates to approximately 26 million people use unsanitary or shared latrines… Read more »

Tanzania: Meeting the MDGs On Sanitation Need Thinking Outside the Box

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OPINION THE limited access to improved sanitation is a serious health risks to billions of people particularly those who live in developing countries. Globally, 2.6 billion people are without access to improved latrines and 1 billion people practice open defecation. In Tanzania, 91 per cent of rural population and 78 per cent of urban population… Read more »

Tanzania to Benefit From Sulabh Toilet Programme

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TANZANIA and the world on November 19, this year, joined hands in celebrating World Toilet Day and spent the day reflecting on the challenges of meeting the MDGs on sanitation. India's largest NGO, Sulabh International Social Service Organisation has been actively working on restoring human dignity to people of the lowest caste who traditionally cleaned… Read more »