The facility is expected to provide access to clean and safe drinking water and sanitation for no fewer than 1,000 more people including educators, learners and families within the community.
The school is one of the beneficiaries of Nestlé for Healthier Kids (N4HK)a primary school-based nutrition education program which teaches healthy nutrition, healthy hydration, good hygiene and active lifestyles to over 17,000 children annually.
According to the statement, “At Nestlé, we recognise that water is essential for livelihood and wellbeing, particularly in these times where hygiene is critical to curbing the spread of COVID-19.
“We are therefore delighted to provide access to clean water and hygiene facilities in one more school within our immediate environment.
“We urge the educators and learners at Salvation Army School 2 to make full use of the facilities.
“We will continue to focus on ensuring that everyone within our immediate communities has access to clean, potable water.”
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