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Bois Content Primary Gets Upgraded Sanitation Facilities

Jamaica’s Promise | February 16, 2015
The 100 million dollar initiative, supported by Food for the Poor and the Jamaica National Foundation will see pit latrines being replaced with flush toilets. Bois Content Primary in Southwest St. Catherine is the first school to benefit under the programme.
Presenter: Kediesha Watkis
Producer: Kediesha Watkis
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