#WASH
Water & Sanitation
Contribute to improve sanitation at schools and create awareness about sustainable hygiene.
HOW?
Implement a sustainable sanitation solution in schools and train youth to better understand the importance of public health.
In this challenge, Girl MOVERS will boost an ecological sustainable solution focused on improving sanitary conditions in school communities, for a safer, cleaner and more inclusive environment.
Supported by:
GIRL MOVERS
TANIÇA
MAZOIO
NATURE
Environmental Engineering
NILSA
CHERENE
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Psychology with training in Organizational Psychology
GÉSICA
CANIVETE
HEALTH
Oceanography
ARLETE
SABÃO
NATURE
Ecotourism and Wildlife Management
CLÁUDIA
NAREIA
NATURE
Management of Natural Resources
CHALLENGE TUTOR

CARLOTA MUIANGA
WASH Specialist, UNICEF’s gender focal point leading the Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) of UNICEF

CHALLENGE UPDATES
KICK-OFF
1, 2, 3 IGNITE!
In April, Girl MOVERS had their first Changemaker LAB session and started the kickoff. In a meeting in our academy in Nampula, they got to know the 7 challenges for 2021, the work teams, and the facilitators, tutors and partners they can count on during the process. The urgency on providing answers to the current community challenges was reinforced, and for an effective change, the key is local talent. Given the starting point, the first learning was Design Thinking focused on the human being and its process: empathize ; define; ideate; prototype and test. After getting to know the results of Changemaker LAB 2020 and watching the experiences shared by Girl MOVERS Alumni, it’s 1, 2, 3 IGNITE ! Our Girl MOVERS are ready to go and more motivated than ever.
THE PROBLEM TREE
PROBLEM ANALYSIS
The Problem Tree Analysis was the tool chosen by our Girl MOVERS to structure their challenge. Here, they built a shared comprehension of the challenge questions, purpose, action and goal. This was the perfect baseline to define the team’s next steps.
FIRST WORKSHOP
WORKSHOP WATER & SANITATION
After mapping the 20 families, 10 from Marrere communities and other 10 from the Pedreira community, Girl MOVERS adapted the SUSAMATI methodology to the context of Nampula City. For that, they studied the sanitation situation of some of the neighbourhoods and schools of the city.
The first Awareness Workshop happened with the Mwarusis – young girls from the 7th grade – at the Marrere School, and it was about Hygiene, Sanitation and Water (WASH).

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