An NGO in Hyderabad called 100 Smiles Charity Foundation is renovating washrooms in government schools across Telangana to improve sanitation facilities for students, especially girls. The NGO will also appoint a sanitation worker to maintain cleanliness and hygiene. Many government schools in rural areas of Telangana lack proper sanitation facilities, which can negatively impact students’ wellbeing, education, and safety. Some female students have been forced to go home to use toilets due to the lack of washroom facilities. 100 Smiles Charity Foundation has started renovating washrooms in Zilla Parishad High School, Padmashalipuram- Rajendranagar, with the support of Kore.ai under CSR funds. The project will also appoint a dedicated sanitation worker for each school. The long-term plan is to renovate many more government school washrooms that are currently in poor condition.
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