This report describes WASH FIT assessment and development of an improvement plan in five health care facilities in Niamey, the capital of Niger.
From 13-15 June 2023, WHO and UNICEF, with the Government of Jordan, co-hosted a global summit on WASH, waste and electricity in health care facilities in Amman, Jordan. The summit was the first in-person global meeting on WASH in HCF to take place in four years, following the last global meeting held in Zambia in 2019. The meeting marked the end of the reporting period for the 2019 World Health Assembly Resolution and the launch of the global progress report on WASH in health care facilities. Find the meeting report here!
The training aimed to capacitate IPC and WASH experts who are members of the Infection Control Africa Network (ICAN) from different ICAN regional hubs. The training was conducted for three and half days during 12 – 15 June 2023 in Addis Ababa. A total of 17 participants (60% female) attended the training from 10 countries (Botswana, Cameroon, DRC, Egypt (virtual), Ethiopia (6), Madagascar, Nigeria (3), South Africa, Tanzania (virtual), and Zimbabwe. Find more here!
This document is a report of the National WASH Fit training held in Adama town in Ethiopia, from 15-19 of May 2023. Find more in the report.
WHO’s AFRO and UNICEF ESARO regional offices hosted a five-day training in Nairobi-Kenya from the 20th to 24th of March 2023 focusing on training trainers’ who are involved in improving WASH services in healthcare facilities, infection prevention, and quality of care. Find the agenda of the training attached.
Waste management guidelines as part of a Stunting Prevention and Reduction Project (SPRP) in selected districts of Rwanda in 2017
Report of a one day WASH FIT training organised by Ministry of Health with WHO Rwanda in May 2019.
Cartographie exhaustive des formations sanitaires, de la disponibilité des services essentiels et des barrières à leur prestation
Statut opérationnel du système de santé
Cartographie détaillée des formations sanitaires, de la disponibilité des services essentiels et des barrières à leur prestation