Every day we all make choices to improve our lives. And that applies anywhere in the world. So how we do it here in Southern Sudan is important. Think hard of the public services that enable us to live safer, cleaner, healthier and better lives. Maintain them well and everyone benefits.
DRAIN Drains prevent our homes flooding especially when it rains. Never let them get blocked.
ROAD Roads are there to help us all get around easily and safely. If you are not in a vehicle stay off the main road. If you are walking with friends, with animals or cycling, stay to the side off the road.
TOILET Stop doing it in the bush, it is dirty and anti-social. Flies spread dirt to our homes and food carrying diseases. Use clean latrines and always wash your hands afterwards.
GARBAGE CONTAINER By throwing our garbage in a container, we will have a clean and healthy city and we will be able to use our streets the right way.
MOSQUITO NET Mosquitoes transmit malaria and other diseases. Keep them out of the home. Always sleep under a mosquito net at night.
THE MARKET The market can collect rainwater, have garbage containers and provide public toilets. We can even build facilities for disabled people to access the market. Letâ€™s all help to keep our markets clean!
Clear bushes and weeds near our homes and villages, protects us from termites, mosquitoes, snakes and rats.
Boreholes are for safe, clean drinking water. Keep them clean at all times and safe for ourselves and our neighbours. Never drink river water!
Rain water is clean and safe to drink. Collect all you can when it rains, and prevent dirty pools of water in front of your home.