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’.
Objectives: To evaluate the availability of WASH services in selected health facilities in Cameroon; To identify key gaps in provision of services; To use findings for advocacy
Slides from the May 2021 meeting of the global community of practice on decentralized chlorine production.
Slides from the August 2021 meeting of the global community of practice on decentralized chlorine production.
Presentation by Dr. Mary Ashinyo, Deputy Director- Institutional Care Division within Ghana Health Service at the Global Taskforce meeting in April 2022.
Slides from the global launch webinar on WASH FIT 2.0: “Is Your Facility WASH FIT?”, which took place on April 26, 2022.
This session examined the key elements of O&M including planning, people, and budgeting, with examples from Guatemala, Uganda, and Nepal. See recordings and powerpoint slides.
This session’s panel discussion looked at the integration of WASH and IPC.
A presentation given by WHO and UNICEF at the 2021 Stockholm World Water Week.
Hear the 2021 Stockholm World Water Week event with WHO, UNICEF, FCDO, SIDA and WaterAid. It focuses on the integration between WASH, energy and climate resilience in healthcare facilities including case studies who have begun integrating energy and climate in their WASH programming or policy activities. A poll of session participants found that 50% were currently integrating both energy and climate into WASH in healthcare facilities.