Rabia Momade is a single mum from Rueia village who recently took part in our Hygiene & Sanitation project to learn how to protect her family from diarrhoeal disease - one of the biggest killers of young children. As part of the project, Nema also trains communities how to build simple household latrines. Following the training, the Nema team helped Rabia to dig her 2.5 metre deep latrine and then cover it with a cement lid. With her own household latrine, Rabia can now ‘spend a penny’ in saftey and privacy, and no longer needs to venture to the outskirts of the village as she once used to. As you can see from her photo, she’s pretty happy about that!

Rabia Momade is a single mum from Rueia village who recently took part in our Hygiene & Sanitation project to learn how to protect her family from diarrhoeal disease - one of the biggest killers of young children. As part of the project, Nema also trains communities how to build simple household latrines. Following the training, the Nema team helped Rabia to dig her 2.5 metre deep latrine and then cover it with a cement lid. With her own household latrine, Rabia can now ‘spend a penny’ in saftey and privacy, and no longer needs to venture to the outskirts of the village as she once used to. As you can see from her photo, she’s pretty happy about that!