Guidance on Infection Prevention and Control for Parents and Teachers


The Good Hygiene Practices Campaign embarks on a mission to champion fundamental hygiene habits, acting as a bulwark against the spread of diseases, particularly during flu seasons. In a world that constantly faces health challenges, this campaign emerges as a beacon of knowledge and empowerment. By embracing the campaign’s core principles of frequent hand-washing, surface sanitisation, influenza vaccination, responsible behaviour during illness, and proper cough and sneeze etiquette, we are not only safeguarding our own health but also contributing to the creation of a safer, healthier, and more resilient community. The Good Hygiene Practices Campaign represents more than just a health initiative; it embodies a collective endeavour to foster a culture of hygiene, responsibility, and care. Together, let’s champion good hygiene practices and build a future where diseases find no foothold, and well-being prevails. Utilising the power of social media, our campaign endeavours to educate, engage, and empower the audience, paving the way for a healthier, safer society.

The Ministry of Education is proud to collaborate with UNICEF and USAID Eastern and Southern Caribbean to promote and encourage the overall health and wellness of our students.