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Enjoying Clean Water

Achieve access to adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene for all and end open defecation, paying special attention to the needs of women and girls and those in vulnerable situations.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community Sanitation Committees: Take charge of sanitation initiatives, including awareness campaigns, infrastructure development, and monitoring.

  2. Women's Self-Help Groups: Engage in community development projects, including efforts to improve sanitation and hygiene, recognizing the impact on women's health and well-being.

  3. Youth-Led Organizations: Raise awareness about sanitation issues, organize clean-up drives, and promote hygiene practices among peers.

  4. Faith-Based Organizations: Many religious institutions have initiatives to address sanitation issues and promote hygiene practices within their congregations.

  5. Local Health and Wellness Centers: Educate residents about the importance of sanitation, hygiene, and disease prevention.

  6. Community Development Associations: May have specific projects aimed at ending open defecation and improving sanitation facilities.

  7. Environmental Conservation Groups: May extend their focus to include projects that address sanitation issues, recognizing the environmental impact of poor sanitation.

  8. Parent-Teacher Associations: Collaborate on initiatives to improve sanitation facilities in schools, ensuring a healthy and hygienic environment for students.

  9. Neighborhood Watch Groups: Monitor and address sanitation issues within neighborhoods, promoting a clean and healthy living environment.

  10. Community-Based Cooperatives: May undertake projects related to sanitation and hygiene, recognizing the collective benefit of improved community health.

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