Hygiene-related Campaigns and Projects
A CDC hygiene campaign focused on providing health educators and the public with tips on how to help prevent the spread of disease through good hand hygiene and cleaning practices.
BAM! Body and Mind, Teachers Corner, provides educators with interactive activities that are linked to national education standards for science and health. This particular experiment teaches students the importance of handwashing and explains how germs may be present even if they cannot be seen.
The School Network for Absenteeism Prevention (SNAP) is a hands-on initiative for middle schools designed to help keep students in school and learning by improving overall health through handwashing.
The Clean Hands Coalition is a unified alliance of public and private partners working together to create and support coordinated, sustained initiatives to significantly improve health and save lives through clean hands.
A global campaign developed by the United Nations (UN) to spread awareness of the benefits of improved hygiene and promote behavior change.
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