Causeries éducatives sur le lavage des mains dans l’église méthodiste/ Educational talks on handwashing in the Methodist Church

L’église méthodiste compte 300 membres. Avec le soutien des facilitateurs, ils ont construit leur rêve et ils ont fait leur auto-évaluation et plan d’action. Ils ont choisi le lavage des mains comme pratique prioritaire. « Avant, on se lavait tous les mains dans une même assiette. » disait une maman de l’église. « On ne savait pas que les maladies se transmettaient comme ça. »

L’église a décidé d’organiser des causeries éducatives sur le lavage des mains lors des réunions des trois sous-groupes de l’église, notamment les mamans, les papas et les jeunes. Lorsqu’ils ont fini les études de la bible, ils discutent ensemble de l’importance du lavage des mains, des maladies qui se transmettent et de la fréquence du lavage des mains. « Suite aux causeries éducatives, les gens commencent à changer leur comportement. Lorsque quelqu’un veut se laver les mains, une autre personne verse de l’eau avec un gobelet pour l’aider. »

Le rêve de l’église est d’acheté des seaux avec robinet pour tous ses membres. Ils ont commencé à se cotiser, à raison de 500 francs par personne par semaine. Ils estiment avoir assez de fonds dans environ 3 mois, après la récolte. Une fois que chacun aura son seau, les chefs de bloque vérifieront dans chaque ménage s’ils utilisent bien le seau. 

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Comment by Marie Lamboray on July 25, 2013 at 7:23pm

The Methodist church has 300 members. With the support of facilitators, they have built their dream and they have made their self-assessment and action plan. They chose the hand washing practice as a priority. "Before, we all washed our hands in the same plate, said a mother of the church. We did not know that diseases are transmitted that way."

The church decided to organize educational talks about washing hands at the meetings of three sub-groups of the church: moms, dads and youth. After bible studies, they discussed together of the importance of washing hands, of diseases spread and of frequency of hand washing. "After the educational talks, people started to change their behavior. When someone wants to wash their hands, another person pours water from a cup to help."

The dream of the church is to buy buckets with tap for all its members. They began to contribute at the rate of 500 francs per person per week. They think that they will have enough money in about 3 months, after harvest. Once everyone has a bucket, leaders will check in each household if they correctly use the bucket.

Comment by Laurence Gilliot on July 9, 2013 at 2:06pm

Thanks for the translation Rituu :-)

Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on July 6, 2013 at 11:12pm

Google translate

Educational talks on handwashing in the Methodist Church

The Methodist church has 300 members. With the support of facilitators, they built their dream and they made their self-assessment and action plan. They chose handwashing practice as a priority. "Before, we all washed their hands in the same plate. "Said a mother of the church. "We did not know that diseases are transmitted that way. "

The church decided to organize educational talks about washing hands at meetings of the three sub-groups of the church, including moms, dads and youth. When they finish the bible studies, they discuss together the importance of washing hands, diseases spread and frequency of handwashing. "Following the educational talks, people start to change their behavior. When someone wants to wash their hands, another person pouring water from a cup to help. "

The dream of the church is bought buckets with tap for all its members. They began to contribute at the rate of 500 francs per person per week. They feel they have enough money in about 3 months after harvest. Once everyone has a bucket

Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on July 6, 2013 at 11:05pm

 Communities find their own solutions which  can't be found in books/documents, can they! Thank you Laurence.

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