WASH Promotion

  • imgbatch5 48Advocacy sourcebook as a guide to advocacy for  Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) coordinators working on the water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH) campaign. The document introduces advocacy, explains how to do it, how does it fit, and provides further resources and information. Appendix includes PRA (Participatory Rural Appraisal) or PLA (Participatory Learning and Action) tools for monitoring and evaluating advocacy work.

  • imgbatch5 43Document on domestic water quantity, service, level and health, which defines domestic water supply, consumption, water quantity requirements for hygiene, other uses of water and links to quantity and implications.

    Executive Summary included.

  • imgbatch3 35Factsheet on water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH) and HIV and AIDS, providing recommendations on how to integrate HIV interventions into WaSH programs. Document describes priority WaSH practices (programme focus points and WaSH actions) and case studies in Zambia and Malawi.

  • Proof factsheet 2The WOP is aimed to strengthen technical and organizational capacity of ONEE through knowledge sharing with SIAAP, besides technical support and training, mostly for water sanitation purposes. Self-facilitated and financed, the WOP progresses at its own pace, in response to the needs of the partners, being the knowledge sharing currently through direct interaction between the respective technical departments.

  • 2015 factsheet ONEEThe WOP is aimed to strengthen technical and organizational capacity of ONEE through knowledge sharing with SIAAP, besides technical support and training, mostly for water sanitation purposes. Self-facilitated and financed, the WOP progresses at its own pace, in response to the needs of the partners, being the knowledge sharing currently through direct interaction between the respective technical departments.

  • imgbatch5 41Testimonial report on water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH) with the focus of placing women in the center of WaSH initiatives. The document develops in three parts, explaining community benefits (improvement of services, planning, financing, operation and maintenance, sensibilization, improved health), benefits for women, and key messages and recommendations.

    Document in Spanish.

  • imgbatch3 28Case study from Burkina Faso, identifying and responding to barriers in sanitation and hygiene. The document describes the approach to identifying barriers and supportive factors, what are perceived barriers, the study of Burkina Faso at a national and local level, moving from barriers to sanitation and hygiene, and conclusions and responses.

  • imgbatch3 26Case study from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) identifying and responding to barriers in sanitation and hygiene. The document describes the approach to identifying barriers and supportive factors, what are perceived barriers, the study of the DRC at a national and local level, moving from barriers to sanitation and hygiene, and conclusions and responses.

  • imgbatch3 27Case study from Madagascar, identifying and responding to barriers in sanitation and hygiene. The document describes the approach to identifying barriers and supportive factors, what are perceived barriers, the study of Madagascar at a national and local level, moving from barriers to sanitation and hygiene, and conclusions and responses.

  • imgbatch5 44World Health Organization (WHO) brief on investing in small community water supplies to reduce waterborne disease outbreaks and overall costs. The document defines small community water supplies, long-term goals, and experience from developing and developed countries, needs and pro-active approaches.

  • imgbatch5 52Two-page brief on preventing sanitation-related disease. The document elaborates on call to action for sanitation and explains the importance of provision of adequate sanitation, solutions, and the role of the World Health Organization (WHO), what WHO is doing, actions, and key publications.

  • imgbatch5 49World Health Organization (WHO) water quality and health strategy (2013 to 2020) which highlights the background, problems of disease, global change, risk-benefit approach, economic dimensions, WHO policy framework, international agreements, strategies, guidelines and advocacy, and the rationale for the strategy and management structure to support its implementations.

  • wop asia

    The aim of the WOP is to have a better community understanding of benefits of sewerage services

  • wop latam

    The aim of this WOP is to provide a improvement of the current drinking supply system

  • wop latam

    The project consists in taking water from the Ulua River to a plan and then distributing it to the rest of the municipalities.

  • wop africa

    The aim of this WOP is to improve access to water and sanitation, both in terms of quality and quantity

  • wop africa

    The aim of this WOP is to facilitate  construction of a water distribution network for settlements and construction of infrastructure for irrigation

  • wop latam

    The aim of this WOP id to improve the system maintenance

  • wop europe

    The  aim of the WOP is to improve the management and sustainable use of natural resources, promote economic diversification

  • wop latam

    The aim of this WOP is to imrove the Project Management Operational Control