Report on WASH FIT in all 15 Health Facilities under Lhuentse District, Bhutan 2020

22.11.2021
A report of WASH FIT training and support provided by SNV in a district of Bhutan, as part of a DFAT funded project (2018-2022)

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Report on piloting of WASH FIT in all health facilities under Punakha Dzongkhag

22.11.2021
Description of a WASH FIT pilot as part of a DFAT funded project (2018-2022)

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Simplified WASH FIT assessment for use in Mali (2018)

22.11.2021
WASH FIT was simplified for use in small rural facilities in Mali. This is the simplified assessment tool which includes pictorial examples of relevant indicators.

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WASH FIT assessment booklet (adapted for use in Kenya)

22.11.2021
An example of a WASH FIT assessment, developed for use in Kenya as part of a research study using WASH FIT in 16 district hospitals.
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Summary of all WHO and related resources on WASH in HCF [updated November 2021]

10.11.2021
This document includes links to all WHO resources on WASH, waste, IPC, AMR. It is regularly updated with new publications.

A bibliography of UNC Water Institute publications on WASH in health care facilities

05.11.2021
This bibliography contains links and abstracts to UNC Water Institute peer-review studies on WASH in Healthcare Facilities that were published from 2009 through October 2021. Recent studies discuss findings on disinfection efficacy, costing toolkits, conditions in maternity wards, energy access and other topics.

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Approaches to health care waste management: Health workers guide

05.11.2021
This document presents guidelines for reducing the incidence of injury and disease arising from the improper management of health care waste among health workers at health facilities and the population at large in Uganda.

National policy on injection safety and health care waste management, Uganda (2004)

05.11.2021
The Uganda National Injection Safety and Health Care Waste Management Policy sets out strategies for ensuring that patients, health workers, communities and the environment are protected from risks associated with unnecessary and unsafe injections.

Guidelines for Climate-Resilient and Environmentally Sustainable Health Care Facilities in Fiji

02.11.2021
The ‘GUIDELINES FOR CLIMATE-RESILIENT AND ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE HEALTH CARE FACILITIES IN FIJI’ (CRESHCF Guidelines) was developed to assist Fiji’s Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MoHMS) and all health sector stakeholders to include sustainable, environment-friendly and climate-resilient healthcare facilities (HCFs) into the full life cycle of health care capital works.

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