This training modules explains how to use the KoBo Toolbox version of the WASH FIT assessment form. A recording of the tutorial is also available on the WASH in health care facilities YouTube channel.
This session’s panel discussion looked at the integration of WASH and IPC.
This document contains a set of short case studies from the following countries: The Philippines, Indonesia, Kenya, Lao PDR, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Tajikistan, Ecuador and Mali.
A training curriculum which accompanies the Zambian standards and SOPs for WASH and IPC in health care facilities.
This document accompanies the Zambia minimum standards for WASH and IPC.
This document proposes minimum standards and guidelines for WASH and IPC in health facilities. It is intended to serve as a guide to staff in implementing IPC-WASH as well as a reference for standards in planning and implementation.
A set of slides presented at the launch webinar on 1st February 2022. The main document is available at https://www.washinhcf.org/resource/global-analysis-of-health-care-waste-in-the-context-of-covid-19-status-impacts-and-recommendations/
This report quantifies the additional healthcare waste generated as a result of COVID-19, describes current healthcare waste management systems and their deficiencies, and summarizes emerging best practices and solutions to reduce the impact of waste on human and environmental health.
The WASH FIT assessment form is now available in Excel. This new version is part of the updated WASH FIT package. This version includes automatic WASH FIT scores, calculation of JMP service ladders and an in-built risk assessment and improvement planning template.