Publisher: Oxfam Year: 2018 Description: This study was commissioned by Oxfam in Jordan to map and analyse the perspectives of different stakeholders within the refugee population in Zaatari camp, as well as those within relevant organisations, regarding community engagement in WaSH services, and provide recommendations on this.
Current emergency safe water guidelines are based on little field evidence. We launched an observational study on chlorine decay in the Azraq refugee camp, Jordan in July-August 2014 in order to: i) develop evidence-based guidelines for centralized batch chlorination in humanitarian operations; and ii) identify factors affecting the safe water chain. This study builds on earlier work from South Sudan and adds to the evidence base that study initiated.
This document provides a snapshot of WASH service provision in Azraq Refugee Camp undertaken on the 15th – 16th February 2015. The document document provides an overview of the conditions in 912 WASH blocks with a focus on structural integrity, safety, access, and cleanliness.
- Tags: Bathing Facilities, Communal Toilets, Drainage, Excreta Management, Grey Water Disposal, Handwashing with Soap, Laundering Facilities, WASH Assessments, WASH Coordination, and WASH Monitoring. Locations: Middle East and Middle East. Languages: English, English, and English. Organisations: REACH. DatabaseDocTypes: WASH Monitoring Reports. Categories: WASH Maps, WASH Reference Documents, and WASH Reference Documents.