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Waste from nearby Near beach. communities or from the sea. Nappies Human made. Waste from nearby Near boardwalk. communities. Plastic bags Human made. Waste from nearby communities or from the sea. 44 Near boardwalk. Appendix D Sample Student recording Sheet Students can monitor how much water is used at home in relation to the water bills their family has to pay on a monthly basis and suggest ways they can help lower the water bills. Activity (use in litres) Number of times a day Total water used in litres Water quality How can water consumption be reduced?

Sheema Saeed, Ahmed Riyaz Jauhary, Fathmath Nahid Shakir, Aminath Ismail, Hidhaya Mohamed Zahir, Gulfishan Shafeeu and Aminath Mohamed from Educational Development Centre to review and strengthen this document its linkages to the Environmental Studies curriculum. Ken Maskall, Johan Fagerskiold, David Proudfoot, Shadiya Adam and Mohamed Latheef from UNICEF also provided ongoing support and advice on the development of this document. Finally appreciation is expressed to many individuals who have contributed their photos for inclusion in this document, including Ahmed Riyaz Jauhary.

Waste from nearby Near boardwalk. communities. Plastic bags Human made. Waste from nearby communities or from the sea. 44 Near boardwalk. Appendix D Sample Student recording Sheet Students can monitor how much water is used at home in relation to the water bills their family has to pay on a monthly basis and suggest ways they can help lower the water bills. Activity (use in litres) Number of times a day Total water used in litres Water quality How can water consumption be reduced? Can the used water be reused?

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