In many rural communities in Nepal, access to safe and hygienic toilets for girls in schools is a major challenge. This lack of proper sanitation facilities often leads to girls missing school during their menstrual cycle, which can have a significant impact on their education and overall well-being.

To address this issue, the 100 Girls Toilet Project has been initiated in a community school in Nepal. The project aims to provide separate and safe toilet facilities for girls, ensuring their privacy and dignity while at 100 schools.

The project involves building new toilet blocks specifically for girls, equipped with running water, proper ventilation, and waste disposal systems. Additionally, the project included hygiene education sessions for both students and teachers to promote good sanitation practices and menstrual hygiene management.

The 100 Girls Toilet Project not only improves the overall sanitation and hygiene conditions in the school but also helps to empower girls to attend school regularly and participate fully in their education. By providing a safe and comfortable environment for girls, the project will contribute to creating a more inclusive and supportive learning environment for all students.

Overall, the 100 Girls Toilet Project in the community school of Nepal will have a positive impact on the lives of the students, particularly girls, and will help to break down barriers to education and promote gender equality in the community.

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