Hand-washing station for schools
The idea is of the Full Belly Project, an American non-governmental organization based in North Carolina. Designers create useful items for people in developing countries using recycled materials.
It is the case of this hand-washing station, designed for schools. A plastic container, a few bottles, a few pieces of wood, soap, a bit of water and it is ready.
It uses 10% of the water that any other system does.
Hand hygiene with soap and water dramatically reduces contamination and epidemics.
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