The study aims to estimate the cost to meet the standards for making WASH-compliant HCFs. This cross-sectional study was centered on assessing 60 selected HCF of Assam.
Environmental cleaning and IPC in HCF in low and middles income countries: Modules and resources (2022)
This document is a module and resource on environmental cleaning and IPC for low- and middle-income countries. The Module and resources provide instructions, definitions, photographs, posters and specific illustrations of recommended practices. These materials can be converted to slides as appropriate and other necessary materials gathered and prepared in advance.
Solid Waste Mangement Act in Dominica (2002)
This document is the Solid Waste Managment Act, it includes waste management planning, license and permits required and the waste management operation.
WASH in HCF_resources
This document includes the updated resources to support policy and practice of WASH in health care facilities.
National Health care waste management standards for Nepal (2020)
This document is the National Health care waste management standards and operating procedure for Nepal from 2020.
Waste standards in HCF in Ukraine
A document on standards for waste in health care facilities in Ukraine
Experiences of postnatal mothers with quality of care including water, sanitation and hygiene amenities during the outbreak of COVID – 19 in Ghana: An institutional cross-sectional study
Objective: To investigate the experiences and perceptions of postnatal mothers with quality of healthcare including WASH amenities among postnatal mothers in Ghana during the COVID-19 outbreak.
WASH in HCF at the World Health Summit
During the World Health Summit 2022, WASH in HCF was highlighted due to its crucial importance now more than ever. Here is the presentation on ‘Investing in Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Waste in HCF: modest costs with high returns’.
Training Module for Health Staff in Healthcare Waste Management
This module addresses the waste management principles, waste management procedures for waste streams such as general waste, infectious waste, pathological waste, food waste and Covid -19 waste. Additionally, it describes the occupational health and safety of employees handling healthcare waste, the procedure of conducting waste audits and the legal aspects of healthcare waste management in Sri Lanka. This module can be used as a training guide as well as a handbook on healthcare waste management for health care workers in Sri Lanka.
Unpacking the Built Environment: WASH and the Approach to Improving Health Facility Infrastructure (COP Event)