This document has been designed to help UNHCR and WASH actors assess potential WASH related safety and security issues related to trip, crush, pinch, pierce, cut, splinter, burn, poison, electrocution, road traffic accident, drowning, and gender based violence.
This document provides health and safety guidelines for refugee WASH programmes for staff are involved in either: cleaning of toilets; maintenance of toilets; desludging of toilets; the collection and movement of excreta; the collection or movement of solid wastes; the handling of vector control or water treatment chemicals; any staff who may potentially come into contact with excreta, sewage, wastewater, solid waste, medical waste or any other sources of (potential) infection.
These WASH related primer questions have been designed to assist UNHCR and WASH actors collect data from key informants and focus groups during WASH assessments. The list of questions is not exhaustive and is merely intended as a conversation primer (aide memoire).
This assessment tool has been designed to assist UNHCR and WASH actors collect data on excreta management during a needs assessment. The main purpose of this tool is to identify problems related to excreta management and identify actions to bring conditions to UNHCR standards.
This sanitary survey form can be used to monitor and evaluate the condition of communal and public toilet blocks in a refugee setting. The main purpose of this tool is to rapidly identify public health and protection related risks. The tool can also be used in the medium term to monitor trends in the condition of toilet infrastructure.
The UNHCR WASH Manual is a comprehensive and authoritative reference document for WASH interventions in refugee settings, built upon the experience of UNHCR and WASH organisations.
Tags: Bloody Diarrhoea, Communicable Disease Control, Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS), Desludging and Excreta Transportation, Desludging and Excreta Transportation, Excreta / Urine ReUse, Excreta / Urine ReUse, Excreta Composting, Excreta Composting, Hygiene Behaviour Change, Landfill Management, Malaria, Medical Waste Management, Menstruation Hygiene Management, Public Health, Public Health, Sewerage and Excreta Conveyance, Sewerage and Excreta Conveyance, Waste Recycling , Reuse and Reduction, Water Prospection and Investigation, Water Pumping, Water Safety Plans, and Watery Diarrhoea.
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.
Locations: Jordan and Middle East. Organisations: REACH. DatabaseDocTypes: WASH Monitoring Reports. Categories: WASH Maps.