PMAC Conference – Country updates on WASH in HCF & quality: Bangladesh, Cambodia, India and the Philippines

10.02.2020
A presentation given at the Prince Mahidol Award Conference, Bangkok, Thailand (January 2020). The presentation was given as part of a session hosted by WHO, WaterAid and the National Public Health Institute of Cambodia. The file includes the following presentations: Vivek Singh, UNICEF India Country Office: WASH and quality in India - a focus on the Kayakalp programme. Renzo Guinto, Philippines, WASH in HCF in the era of UHC and climate change in the Philippines. Nasima Sultana, Bangladesh: WASH in HCF of Bangladesh - a focus on the National Technical Committee. Lym Khankryka, Cambodia: Improving WASH within quality of care in Cambodia.

LABOUR ROOM QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE

31.03.2017

Healthy Start Campaign in India

26.03.2017
A case study presented at the Global Learning Event, Nepal, 2017.

Genderised WASH – How Indian and Ugandan health centres manage the sanitation needs of special user groups

26.03.2017
A case study presented at the Global Learning Event, Nepal, 2017.

WASH and gender in health care facilities: The uncharted territory

26.03.2017
A study looking at applied gender-sensitive multitool assessments in India and Uganda.

Genderised WASH Project in Uganda and India

26.03.2016
Sandec News Issue 16

WASH in the context of maternal health and menstrual hygiene in Uganda and India

26.03.2016
A poster showing how Indian and Ugandan health care facilities manage the sanitation needs of special user groups.

How Indian and Ugandan health centres manage the sanitation needs of special user groups.

26.03.2016
Executive Summary: How Indian and Ugandan health centres manage the sanitation needs of special user groups.

Motivating improvements: Learnings from health care facilities study in India & Bangladesh

26.03.2016
Presentations given at the Annual Global WASH in HCF Meeting, London, March 2016

Hygiene on maternity units: lessons from a needs assessment in Bangladesh and India

26.03.2016
As the proportion of deliveries in health institutions increases in LMICs, so do the challenges of maintaining standards of hygiene and preventing healthcare-associated infections in mothers and babies. A needs assessment was conducted in seven maternity units in Gujarat, India, and eight in Dhaka Division, Bangladesh in 2014.