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Una cosa tan simple com el sabó salva vides-i no obstant això, milers de milions de persones a tot el món ho necessiten. El sabó s’utilitza per rentar-te les mans, estalviant vides. Avui més que mai, és una cosa que sabem, però cada dia els nens moren d’una sèrie de malalties a causa d’una simple manca d’higiene.

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On 3 April 2020 in Nairobi, Kenya, a young boy follows instructions as he is shown how to wash hands properly keenly at a water station in Kibera, to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Hand washing is one of the most important steps to stop the spread of the spread of the virus and the disease.

Kibera is the largest urban slum, or informal settlement, in Africa. It is home to up to a million people (estimates vary), many of them living on less than a dollar a day. Unemployment is high and there is a lack of basic services, including running water and health care. People live in close proximity in makeshift homes made from wood and corrugated iron. Children walk along earth tracks strewn with rubbish.

In Kenya, the COVID-19 pandemic is further exacerbating existing vulnerabilities across the country, particularly for the urban poor. Families living in informal settlements like Kibera are at increased risk of contracting COVID-19 due to inadequate access to water and sanitation services and cramped living conditions. Many parents or caregivers in these areas work in the informal economy and are not able to stay at home without losing their livelihoods.

UNICEF is the leading voice for children affected by the COVID-19 outbreak and is supporting the Government as part of the UN’s COVID-19 response in Kenya. On 3 April, as part of UNICEF Kenya’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, water, sanitation and hygiene supplies were delivered to Kibera. These included 26,000 bars of soap for vulnerable families and 100 knapsack sprayers to assist Nairobi City Government in disinfecting marketplaces and other public spaces. UNICEF is also training community health volunteers to deliver behaviour change messages, providing them with information materials such as posters and flyers, and public address systems mounted on vehicles to enable them to broadcast throughout the settlements. In addition to providing water sanitation and hygiene supplies, UNICEF is working with partners t

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El 3 d'abril de 2020 a Nairobi, Kenya, un noi jove segueix les instruccions, ja que es mostra com rentar-se les mans adequadament en una estació d'aigua a Kibera, per evitar la propagació de COVID-19. El rentat de mans és un dels passos més importants per aturar la propagació del virus i la malaltia.

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