Improving water, sanitation and hygiene in primary care health facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia.
WASH in Healthcare Facility Toolkit (Companion to adapted Water Safety Plans & WASHFit)
Created by EWB with the Ministry of Health Vanuatu, with UNICEF support.
Estimating the cost of achieving basic water, sanitation, hygiene, and waste management services in public health-care facilities in the 46 UN designated least-developed countries: a modelling study
WASH in healthcare facilities refers to the provision of water, sanitation, health care waste management, infrastructure for hygiene and environmental cleaning, and services across all parts of a facility.
This file will enable you to use the WASH FIT assessment in Kobo. For more information on how to deploy this form, see the related module and tutorial. WHO and UNICEF extend thanks to Food for the Hungry for their support in developing this resource.
This training modules explains how to use the KoBo Toolbox version of the WASH FIT assessment form. A recording of the tutorial is also available on the WASH in health care facilities YouTube channel.
This session’s panel discussion looked at the integration of WASH and IPC.
This document contains a set of short case studies from the following countries: The Philippines, Indonesia, Kenya, Lao PDR, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Tajikistan, Ecuador and Mali.
A training curriculum which accompanies the Zambian standards and SOPs for WASH and IPC in health care facilities.
This document accompanies the Zambia minimum standards for WASH and IPC.