Boys and girls who belong to a water and sanitation club in Ethiopia take home valuable knowledge to their families.

One of the most important keys to the long-term success of water and sanitation programs in the developing world is to involve everyone, including children. In fact, children are key players in sustaining the success of clean water. 

In Ethiopia, for example, school children join clubs to create awareness about water, sanitation, and hygiene in their families and communities. Members of a club at Adadi School perform dramas to illustrate these topics, clean the schools’ latrines and compound, and raise funds to support their work.

“We’ve been having an impact,” says club president Yeshi Derbie, 14. “We are transforming and transmitting knowledge to our families.”

Photo©2013 World Vision, Jon Warren

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