Une liste de ressources compilées par la communauté de pratique.
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.
To achieve universal coverage of WASH in health care facilities, WHO and UNICEF developed the 8 Practical Steps to help guide national action. This document outlines the existing resources for each of these steps, as well as providing examples from countries who have already achieved the step.
A summary of the new WASH Health Facility Data Exchange (WHdx), an open data exchange platform which will provide stakeholders with a data repository and decision-making tools to more effectively take action on WASH in HCF.
El objetivo de este protocolo es facilitar la evaluación de los establecimientos de salud de América Latina y el Caribe en lo relativo al agua potable, el alcantarillado y sanea- miento, la higiene, los residuos sólidos, la limpieza, la energía y el medio ambiente y la gestión y fuerza laboral. Representa la herramienta base para conocer la situación de los establecimientos de salud en los campos mencionados.
Improving water, sanitation and hygiene in primary care health facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia.
Links to Water, sanitation, hygiene, and waste management for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 https://www.who.int/publications/i/item/WHO-2019-nCoV-IPC-WASH-2020.4
Aligned with the aspirations of the Universal Health Care (UHC) Act to ensure that all Filipinos have access to quality and affordable health services and are protected against financial risk, the Department of Health (DOH) urges the health sector to move towards the development of a productive, resilient, equitable, and people-centered health system.
Those of you who are familiar with WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) understand
why it is essential for quality health services.
As Global Water 2020 sunsets, we are pleased to share a wide selection of materials we have aggregated and generated, with the hope you will find these helpful as you keep up the momentum and continue your important WASH in HCF work. Please make use of these assets and share them widely! With thanks on behalf of the Global Water 2020 team.