In 2003, CARE Kenya began marketing and distributing a locally produced SWS product, a bottle of sodium hypochlorite solution branded. This product was promoted by many community organisations in collaboration with CARE, along with developing a hand hygiene training curriculum for nurses and introducing SWS and hygiene education in schools. Such endeavours ensure that communities have access to safe water and have the tools necessary to make water safe themselves.
This case study features in the WEAll Briefing paper “Water in a Wellbeing Economy” – find out more and read the whole paper here.
Find out more: https://www.cdc.gov/safewater/PDF/SWS-socialmarketing-Kenya.pdf