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Scrub up: why investing in hand hygiene saves lives and catalyzes economies

Now that the pandemic is receding, we must continue to build access to hand hygiene facilities. Image: Ayoola Salako/Unsplash

Kelly Ann Naylor

Director, Water, Sanitation, Hygiene (WASH) & Climate, Environment, Energy, and Disaster Risk Reduction (CEED), Programme Group, UNICEF

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