Girl-friendly toilets for schoolgirls : helping adolescent girls

IRC INTERNATIONAL WATER AND SANITATION CENTRE

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2006
5 p, ill.

This case study details a Plan International project to design ‘girl-friendly’ school toilets, based on consultation with girl students, 10 schools in Ghana. The design includes a room for washing and changing, larger toilet holes to suit girls, a door on the urinal, and provision of water and soap inside the changing room and at the exit to the urinal. Photos and three-dimensional drawings are provided. This case study is useful for people interested in 'girl-friendly' school WASH designs

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