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Below is a link to a March 2011 report from the London School, CARE International and others:
What impact does the provision of separate toilets for girls at school have on their primary and secondary school enrolment, attendance
and completion? A systematic review of the evidence.
We will add a link to this on Sanitation Updates and feature in an upcoming WASHplus Updates.
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All date / information / monitoring / evaluation / scales / financial ROIs indeed lead to the failure conclusion. So, let us take another inroad and partner WASH with education money flows. Supporting education that dis-favours girls even leads to more gender divide because boys do learn further. So, no education programme without WASH.
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