A Non-Governmental Organisation, called ‘Every One Aid One Foundation’, says it is focused on the backing for best cleanliness practices to improve the personal satisfaction of the individuals of Abia and furthermore keep nature clean.
Mr. Enyinnaya Nwafor, the Founder of the association, said this during the initiation of a Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) campaign held at the Michael Okpara Auditorium, Umuahia.
The event, which was sorted out by the foundation in a joint effort with Abia government, had the topic, “Each pair of hands in time”.
Nwafor, said that poor cleanliness had turned into danger in the general public and a significant reason for infections.
He said that the circumstance implied that more endeavors ought to be made to encourage the training and showing of life-advancing and sickness averting practices. According to him, the WASH campaign is planned for driving home the requirement for best cleanliness practices among the individuals to improve the impact of communicable ailments.
The Wife of the Governor of Abia, Mrs. Nkechi Ikpeazu, praised the Organization for its duty to improve the prosperity of Abia People.
Represented by the Wife of the Deputy Governor, Mrs. Vivian Oko-Chukwu, Ikpeazu said that cleanliness, sanitation, and access to clean water were fundamental in avoiding communicable infections.
She said that ongoing examinations show that loose bowels, respiratory contamination, just as eye and skin sicknesses, can be forestalled through appropriate hand-washing cleanliness.
Ikpeazu approached the individuals to exploit the program and learn to fit hand-washing techniques, cleanliness and make hand-washing a standard in their homes.