hand-washing

hand-washing

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At the office in Little Britain there was the usual letter-writing, hand-washing, candle-snuffing, and safe-locking, that closed the business of the day.
Bassey Ating, the Programme Coordinator, Wise Administration of Terrestrial Environment and Resources (WATER), has urged school administrators to re-introduce hand-washing in schools to curb the spread of Lassa fever.
All soaps are equally effective in killing germs, provided proper and effective hand-washing techniques are followed.
Not surprisingly, the poorest households had the lowest access to soap and water for hand-washing.
Islamabad -- Global Hand-washing Day (GHD) to be observed today (Thursday) in Pakistan and around the world.
In the majority of countries in sub-Saharan Africa, the region with the highest child mortality rates, only about half the population wash their hands and even health clinics often lack hand-washing facilities, UNICEF said.
Second, after 1 week from this first step, students were trained for improving hand-washing skills.
It focused on spreading the culture of hand-washing among children in less developed areas, as they suffer from lack of awareness.
You'll be amazed at how quick and easy this makes hand-washing clothes, and also at how clean your garments will come out.
Contract notice: Hand-washing and paper hygiene products.
It was further emphasized that hand-washing with soap joined with educational proposals could be one of the world's most cost-effective preventive health involvements13.
The study of 1,000 students in the West put 16-year-old boys and girls through a simple hand-washing test, which everyone failed.