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SCHOOL SANITATION AND HYGIENE EDUCATION INDIA: RESOURCE BOOK AND HANDBOOK FOR TEACHERS        
subjects:  Water              
levels and types of education: Early childhood     Primary education         
SNEL MARIELLE
GANGULY SUMITA
IRC INTERNATIONAL WATER AND SANITATION CENTRE, DELFT, 2002, pages 47
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English
This handbook targets teachers working in pre-school and primary school. It will help them in classroom to teach children about hygiene and sanitation issues, advicing them methodologies and a number of practical activities based on a child-to-child approach.
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Contact: Lene Jensen
Energy and Water
WORLD BANK
Washington DC,USA
1818 H Street NW
ljensen@worldbank.org

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