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Feb 22, 2022

Tikho, Jenny, and I

In this lesson students learn about the lives of two girls, Tikho from Zambia and Jenny from Honduras, and how their communities are addressing issues with water and sanitation. At the end of the lesson students compare themselves, with Tikho and Jenny, to identify what they have in common and what is different with regards to water, sanitation and hygiene in their community.

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    English

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