Legionella Management in Building Water Systems: The Role of Chlorine Products

This booklet is intended to provide an overview and summary of information to help managers and owners of at risk facilities better understand and manage the risks of Legionella pneumophila in plumbing systems. This booklet focuses primarily on chlorine-based Legionella control technologies because of their demonstrated effectiveness and affordability among currently available options.

Suggested Twitter messages for World Water Day 2020

Global Water 2020White Ribbon Alliance, and Global Health Council are aiming to amplify the WHO new Twitter campaign: The Safe Hands Challenge [#safehands]. They have created suggested tweets and graphics for you to use and to and encourage your colleagues/friends/family to take action too.

A systematic tool to assess sustainability of safe water provision in healthcare facilities in low-resource settings

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 systematic review of nosocomial waterborne infections in neonates and mothers

A systematic review looking at water sources, reservoirs, and transmission routes that lead to nosocomial waterborne infections in neonates and their mothers.

Health care associated waterborne infections

Presentations given at the Annual Global WASH in HCF Meeting, London, March 2016

Evaluation of Membrane Ultrafiltration and Residual Chlorination as a Decentralized Water Treatment Strategy for Ten Rural Healthcare Facilities in Rwanda

A study looking at operation of 10 water treatment systems including pre-filtration, membrane ultrafiltration, and chlorine residual disinfection in a rural health care facility in Rwanda.

Monitoring drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene in non-household settings: Priorities for policy and practice

A review of international standards, international and national actors, and monitoring initiatives on WASH in non-household settings.