This publication provides a summary of the 12 modules of the WASH in Schools for Girls E-Course developed by Emory University and UNICEF.
These Best Practice Guidelines were developed by Sanivation, a private sanitation company based in Kenya under UNHCR’s “Waste to Value” Project, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The Guidelines are based on ongoing operational research in Kakuma Refugee Camp in partnership with UNHCR and the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), and will be update at the end of the Project in 2019.
- Organisations: Sanivation.
Double vault Urine Diversion Dry Toilets (UDDT) can be used as an alternative to pit latrines in refugee camps. They utilise two chambers for faeces, one of which is in use whilst the other is full and drying so that it can be safely disposed of after an appropriate period of time.
These Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) were developed by Oxfam under UNHCR’s “Waste to Value” Project, which was funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. They are largely based on UDDTs developed under the Waste to Value Project in Ethiopia.
- Tags: Excreta / Urine ReUse, Excreta / Urine ReUse, Excreta Composting, Excreta Treatment, Household Toilets, and Household Toilets. Locations: Ethiopia. Organisations: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and OXFAM GB. DatabaseDocTypes: WASH Design Documentation. Categories: WASH Design Guidelines and WASH Technical Designs.
These guidelines provide additional support and information on designing and implementing hygiene promotion programmes or elements of hygiene promotion in the programmes of other sectors. They should be used in conjunction with the UNHCR WASH Manual and the summary guidance in the Hygiene Promotion Chapter of this manual.
Publisher: UNHCR Year: 2017 Description: This document evaluates various sampling strategies that can be used during the emergency phase to estimate the status of WASH services in refugee camps or settlements. The working paper presents the results of statistical analyses carried out on real data from Ethiopia. The objective of the study was to evaluate […]
This report is based on a desk-based review of secondary data, comprising published material as well as grey literature, supplemented with key informant interviews for programmes that lacked documentation. Section One summarises the current use of CBI in WASH programming. Section Two summarises the best practices and lessons learned including challenges faced, drawing on evidence from the project examples found. Section Three provides recommendations and best practice guidance for use of CBI in refugee settings. Section Four details existing tools and guidance.
This document provides a quick summary of the most important WASH related diseases for refugee settings and includes a list of recommended control strategies.
This document describes UNHCR’s global strategy for public health through a set of guiding principles and strategic approaches including protection; age, gender and diversity; equity; access; sustainability; community empowerment; appropriateness and reliability; partnerships and coordination; capacity building; communication and advocacy; integrated approaches; measurement and monitoring; and innovation. The document describes strategic objectives and enabling actions per sub-sector (Public Health, HIV and Reproductive Health, Food Security and Nutrition, and WASH).
- Tags: Capacity Building, Capacity Building, Disease Vector Control, Excreta Management, Excreta Management, Excreta Management, Excreta Management, Gender, Gender Based Violence, Human Right to Water / Sanitation, Hygiene Promotion, Hygiene Promotion, Hygiene Promotion, Protection, Public Health, Public Health, Value for Money, WASH Coordination, WASH Monitoring, WASH Monitoring, WASH Monitoring, WASH Monitoring, WASH Strategy Development, WASH Strategy Development, Water Supply, and Water Supply. Languages: English, English, English, English, English, English, English, English, English, and English. Organisations: UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, and UNHCR. Categories: WASH Operational Guidelines, WASH Operational Guidelines, WASH Operational Guidelines, WASH Operational Guidelines, WASH Policy Guidelines, WASH Policy Guidelines, WASH Policy Guidelines, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, and WASH Reference Documents.