Monday, February 2, 2015

Sanitation and hygiene Practice is the School way of life- SEVAI Shanthi Matric HSS.

Hand wash practiced by school students in Sanitary complex

Sanitation and hygiene Practice is the School way of life- SEVAI Shanthi Matric HSS. SEVAI Shanthi Higher Secondary School gives top priority to school sanitation and hygiene education as an essential part of schooling, which includes provision of toilet infrastructure and hand washing facilities in schools and hygiene education, to promote behavioural change amongst children as described by TSC. SEVAI Shanthi Higher Secondary School recognizes the role of children as the best change agents in absorbing and popularizing new ideas and concepts of sanitation not only in their schools but in their families and neighborhood. Schools are learning laboratories where habits of good sanitation practices, personal health and hygiene by children can go a long way in inculcating these habits when they become adults. Besides, presence of school toilets, safe drinking water, clean surroundings and basic information on hygiene improves the learning abilities of children,
Interior view of toilet complex
improves health, and improves attendance, especially of the girl child, with far reaching consequence on the health of the community. The combination of adequate facilities, correct behavioural practices and education is meant to have a positive impact on the health and hygiene conditions of the community as a whole, both now and in the future. SEVAI Shanthi Higher Secondary School Sanitation and Hygiene Education Programme due its potential to impact the health of children promote generational change and serve as an entry point for improving sanitation and hygiene within the family and community, has been accorded top priority in Schooling. SEVAI Shanthi Higher Secondary School gives special thrust by following the proven route of teacher-children-family-community where child is a change-agent playing an effective role on sustained basis to spread the message of improved sanitary and healthy practices. The provision of safe water and sanitation facilities in schools is a first step towards a healthy physical learning environment benefiting both learning and health. However, the mere provision of facilities does not make them sustainable or produce the desired impact. It is the use of technical facilities and the related appropriate hygiene behaviours of people that provide health benefits. In schools, hygiene education aims to promote those practices that will help prevent water and sanitation-related diseases as well as promoting healthy behaviour in the future generation of adults. Investing in school sanitation and hygiene education has many benefits. SEVAI Shanthi Higher Secondary School gives top priority to school sanitation practices which enables Children perform better when they function in a hygienic and clean environment, the sanitary facilities for girls encourages parents from sending girls to school and contributes to the drop out of girls, particularly at puberty, the well maintained school sanitation and hygiene facilities become health promotion, Presence and the proper use of facilities prevent pollution of the environment and limit health hazards for the community at large and the school students have the right to be as healthy and happy as possible. Being clean, healthy and having clean water and proper sanitation facilities contribute to a happy childhood in SEVAI Shanthi Higher Secondary School.-Govin


  1. شرك تسليك مجاري بالقطيف

    من المشكلات التي يعاني منها معظم المنازل هي انتشار المياه نتيجة عن انسداد المجاري فان هذا الوضع يكون سيء جدا ولا يوفر لهم الراحة ويجعل اصحاب المنازل
    يشعرون بالقلل ان تنتشر المياه بشكل كبير في المنزل وتأثر بالسلب علي الجدران والبلاط لا نها تعمل علي تشقق الجدران ويمكن تعمل علي العجلة من سقوط المنزل
    فيجب الحرص علي تسليك المجاري (البيارات ) بشكل مستمر حتي لا يحدث مشاكل لان انتشار المياه الملوثة والرائحة الكريهة قد يأثر علي افراد الاسرة بالإصابةبالأمراض الخطيرة

    تسليك مجاري بالخبر

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