Lydia Azimbila is the mother of Immaculate Azimbila, a student in Tongo-Beo community in Ghana.
She and her family have benefitted from the CRS project called Integrated Sanitation, Hygiene and Nutrition for Educaton, or I-SHINE, which aimed to improve sanitation, nutrition and health.
Immaculate encouraged her family to install several "tippy-taps" at home. Tippy taps are an innovative, affordable, and hands-free way people can wash their hands.
The project was funded by the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust.
I-SHINE supported the construction of school and household latrines to establish water, sanitation and hygiene-friendly environment.
Photo by Michael Stulman/Catholic Relief Services