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School Hygiene Or, The Laws Of Health In Relation To School Life by Sir Arthur Newsholme

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • General,
  • Education

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages156
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11927337M
ISBN 101430478160
ISBN 109781430478164

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Importance of school sanitation and Hygiene 1 Purpose and set-up of the manual 3 Scope of the manual 3 For whom are this manual intended 4 UNICEF's role as catalyst 4 Who contributed to this manual 4 PART I SCHOOL SANITATION AND HYGIENE AT DISTRICT AND NATIONAL LEVEL 2. To ensure the dignity, well-being and health of school students, all children and adolescents should have access to items and opportunities to maintain personal hygiene in school settings.   Poor health among school children is resulted from the lack of awareness of the health benefits of personal hygiene. Diarrhoeal diseases, skin diseases, worm infestations and dental diseases are most commonly associated with poor personal hygiene. One of the major problems faced by school children are by: School nurses, school staff and parents also have an important role in teaching the children how to practice good personal hygiene. Keywords: School nursing, Community health, Hygiene, Health.

By the early s, many involved in the growing school hygiene movement in the United States were convinced that enlarged adenoids were a common impediment to learning. In New York City became one of the first cities to inspect students for enlarged adenoids along with ear, nose, and throat problems. Hygiene generally refers to the set of practices associated with the preservation of health and healthy living. The focus is mainly on personal hygiene that looks at cleanliness of the hair, body, hands, fingers, feet and clothing, and menstrual hygiene. Factors related to water, sanitation and hygiene affect children’s right to education in many ways. In an atmosphere of poor health, children are unable to fulfil their education potential. For example, million school-aged children a year are infected by intestinal worms, which, research shows, sap their learning abilities.   The club shares school hygiene and health messages through songs, dramas, and poems. “Children are often the first to adopt healthy habits in the community, in large part because of their interaction with WASH clubs at school,” explains Lifewater’s Christine Zurbach, who visited Gafisse Primary recently.