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For many people around the world, Global Handwashing Day barely registers and certainly isn't scribed into the calendar like Christmas, Independence Day or Eid al-Adha. But for millions of others (this year an estimated 250 million in more than 100 countries took part in events) the occasion has become a moment to dance, sing and party often in the face of adversity - bringing life and energy to the simple but important message that 'clean...
For millions of people Global Handwashing Day is a chance to dance, sing and party, often in the face of adversity - bringing life and energy to the simple but important message that "clean hands can save lives".
This year an estimated 250 million people in over 100 countries took part in events.
Here in South Sudan, Oxfam is providing clean water and sanitation and running public health campaigns for about...
Al Kinley, Georgette Thomas
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