In the 1940s, the Walt Disney Studios produced a series of educational films on sanitation and hygiene promotion for developing countries. The films, in the Health for the Americas series, were aimed at Latin America. They were commissioned by the now defunct Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs (CIAA), which was later renamed Office of Inter-American Affairs (OIAA).
- Re: Theme 2: Implementation Level - by: ThomasLangkau September 30, 2016In relation to the previous post and the School Stories on the SuSanA wiki:
- Re: Is there any guideline and design to calculate toilets and urinals for school - by: JKMakowka September 30, 2016Normally this should be specified in the country's regulations of school construction. Here in the Philippines it is a subsection in the general "sanitary code" (attached as a sample, i.e. not really applicable outside of the Philippines) which has been published by the Ministry of Health, but it really varies from country to country who is in […]
- Is there any guideline and design to calculate toilets and urinals for school - by: bineshroy September 30, 2016Hi I am looking a guideline/standard to calculate number of toilet required based on student ratio for public school. For example, toilet:student ratio needs to be 1:50 and sometimes it is not practical to construct 40 cubical when a school have 2,000 students. So, is there any guideline how to calculate number of urinal required for girls and boys. Is thare […]
- Re: Habitat III: 17 - 20 October 2016, Quito (New Urban Agenda and events) - by: canaday September 30, 2016Dear Cecilia, Antonio and everyone, I live in Ecuador and am available to participate in sustainable sanitation events during Habitat III, especially if they are hands-on and practical. I would also like to invite participants to visit our UDDTs in the Omaere Ethnobotanical Park in Puyo (5 hours by bus from Quito; omaere.wordpress.com) or in other places whe […]
- Re: ~500,000 people in the U.S.A. lack adequate water and sanitation - by: ddiba September 29, 2016Thanks for sharing this insightful piece Kai. It actually turns out that the numbers may be much higher than 500k since the article says; Nearly half a million households in the United States lack the basic dignity of hot and cold running water, a bathtub or shower, or a working flush toilet, according to the Census Bureau. Depending on household sizes, the […]
- Re: Theme 2: Implementation Level - by: ThomasLangkau September 30, 2016
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