Niger has issued the National Action plan for WASH activities for 2022-2026.
The WHO’s Health Emergencies Program supports countries and coordinates international action, to prevent, prepare for, detect, rapidly respond to, and recover from outbreaks and emergencies. WHO/HQ’s Health Emergency program is opening a call for a technical officer (water, sanitation & hygiene). The deadline for applying is 2 January 2023. Find more here
WASH Fit version 2.0 is available now in Ukrainian
Here is the agenda of the training on strengthening WASH and waste services in HCF. The training is from 5-7of December 2022 which is held in Ternopil City-Ukraine.
Here is the agenda of the Knowledge exchange WASH, climate resilience and environmental sustainability in healthcare facilities. The training was held in Dhaka-Bangladesh between the 10-13 of October for countries in SEARO region.
Une liste de ressources compilées par la communauté de pratique.
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’.
An informal literature on all WASH in HCF published research from 2005-2022.
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.