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District-wise (girl) students’ access to sanitation in community schools

1-pager on the availability of toilets in schools in Nepal.  The government of Nepal’s policy says that 1 toilet must serve 50 students. The data-set shows that, on average, one toilet serves 127 students.  Out of about 28,000 community schools, only about 18,000 schools have toilets for students of which  80 % do not have separate toilets for their girl students.
In general, the further (north) west in Nepal, the more likely it is schools do not have separate toilets for girls.

TitleDistrict-wise (girl) students’ access to sanitation in community schools
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsWaterAid -Kathmandu, NP
Pagination1 p.
Date Published2011-08-01
PublisherWaterAid in Nepal
Place PublishedKathmandu, Nepal
Keywordsaccess to sanitation, nepal, policies, schools, statistics
Abstract

1-pager on the availability of toilets in schools in Nepal.  The government of Nepal’s policy says that 1 toilet must serve 50 students. The data-set shows that, on average, one toilet serves 127 students.  Out of about 28,000 community schools, only about 18,000 schools have toilets for students of which  80 % do not have separate toilets for their girl students.
In general, the further (north) west in Nepal, the more likely it is schools do not have separate toilets for girls.

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