A situational analysis carried out in 2017 and updated in 2019 for publication of this report. To find other examples of national situational analyses (e.g. Ethiopia, Ghana, Rwanda, Serbia), search for the tag "situation analysis".
A presentation given at the Prince Mahidol Award Conference, Bangkok, Thailand (January 2020). The presentation was given as part of a session hosted by WHO, WaterAid and the National Public Health Institute of Cambodia. The file includes the following presentations:
Vivek Singh, UNICEF India Country Office: WASH and quality in India - a focus on the Kayakalp programme.
Renzo Guinto, Philippines, WASH in HCF in the era of UHC and climate change in the Philippines.
Nasima Sultana, Bangladesh: WASH in HCF of Bangladesh - a focus on the National Technical Committee.
Lym Khankryka, Cambodia: Improving WASH within quality of care in Cambodia.
This study aimed to investigate availability of WASH policies, standards, and services for childbirth and newborn care in hospitals in East Asia and the Pacific. Descriptive analysis of survey data and observations of water, sanitation and hygiene services in maternity and neonatal care rooms and of deliveries in 153 hospitals in Cambodia, China, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Solomon Islands, and Viet Nam. The main outcome measures were availability of national policies and standards; availability of water, sanitation, and hygiene services in maternity rooms and neonatal care units; and practice of hygiene at childbirth.
To achieve safe water for all (Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6), many healthcare facilities (HCF) will require onsite water treatment. This paper describes a systematic tool to assess the sustainability of safe water provision in HCFs.
A qualitative study looking at the environmental context for infection prevention and control (IPC) and WASH-associated behaviors in health centers where women give birth, and in homes of newborns, in a rural Cambodian province.