WASH-in-Schools Empowerment (WISE) in Indonesia
The program consisted of a partnership between UNICEF, CARE and Save the Children, in coordination with the Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation
Working Group. Within this partnership, the program aims to consolidated activities and approaches, as well as established synergies among the partners.
The WASH-in-Schools Empowerment (WISE) Program is designed to address the problem of inadequate access to WASH facilities in schools, poor hygiene practices of students and families, and the low commitment and prioritization of local government to improve sanitation and hygiene conditions in schools. The overall goal of the WISE Program was to contribute to the improvement of the wellbeing of children through the integration of water and sanitation facilities and hygiene activities in the primary schools of Indonesia. The main strategic objective was to develop and consolidate a model for the sustainable integration and scaling-up of WISE activities in Indonesia’s primary schools that improves access to sanitation in schools and fosters adoption of health practices among school-aged children.
As part of this program and in partnership with UNICEF, Dubai Cares:
Save the Children:
Dubai Cares has helped improve the wellbeing of children through the integration of water and sanitation facilities and hygiene activities in the primary schools of Indonesia by providing WISE facilities, training to children and teachers and empowering target schools to become “Centers of Excellence” for sanitation and hygiene and helping children become “Agents of Change.” As part of this intervention, Dubai Cares has:
As part of this program, Dubai Cares has also: