The Health Service of Maputo City organized a capacity building training on WASHFIT with technical and financial support from WHO in collaboration with Department of Environmental Health from the Ministry of Health and UNICEF.
The Sanitation and Water for All global partnership has published the 2022 Report of Sector Ministers’ meeting which documents the organization’s most ambitious event to date.
Presented in the report are national, regional and district analyses of WASH in HCFs using data collected by Ministry of Health (Environmental Health Department) with support from UNICEF from 4,272 healthcare facilities across 136 districts in the country.
This WHO Strategic Response Plan (SRP) will be implemented in collaboration with partners providing life-saving support to people affected by the conflict in Ukraine, whether they are inside or outside Ukraine. It is an overarching framework built on the Ukraine Flash Appeal 2022 to guide priorities and work, according to access and location, in support of national and local authorities who are leading the readiness, response and early recovery activities. The timeframe of this SRP is six months.
WASH in HCF and IPC are part of the response plan.
Catholic WASH in HCFs 2021 Initiative FINAL
The Vatican’s Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development is leading an initiative to improve WASH conditions in healthcare facilities, with an initial focus on 150 Catholic healthcare facilities in 24 countries.
Pakistan Scoping Study to Establish a Baseline for Reporting to SDGs for WASH in Health Care Facilities
Global Water 2020 sunsets on June 30 2021. Global Water 2020 have reviewed the progress made since the UN Secretary-General’s 2018 Call to Action and compiled their thoughts on what is on the horizon for WASH in HCF. The organization hopes this serves you as you develop strategies and seek new opportunities to ensure sustainable WASH services in all healthcare facilities.
This document synthesizes the from 2019, identifying gaps in research on WASH in HCF.