Breaking the Taboo: How School WASH Impacts Girls’ Education

USAID Water Team
Mar 16, 2016 · 6 min read
Zambian schoolgirls admire their new bathrooms. Photo credit: USAID/Zambia

FIRST CAME WATER

“WASH is about improving the whole learning environment.”

Zambian schoolgirls celebrate Menstrual Hygiene Day at Kabulonga Girls Secondary. Photo credit: USAID/Zambia

BREAKING THROUGH ONE LAST TABOO

“Girls need to be in school. And not married. And not pregnant.”

SEWING IT ALL UP

MAKING A LASTING IMPRESSION

Photo credit: USAID/Zambia

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Global Waters

Global Waters tells the story of USAID's water-related efforts around the globe, featuring in-depth articles exploring solutions to local as well as global water challenges, opinion pieces by development professionals, and first-hand accounts from stakeholders and beneficiaries.