In many conflicts around the world, more children die from diseases linked to unsafe water than from direct violence. UNICEF is releasing Water Under Fire volume 3, a report that highlights the issues children face in accessing water in times of war.
This second volume of the Water Under Fire report series is dedicated to the WASH sector’s capacity to deliver a predictable, quality humanitarian WASH response, and provides a change agenda and road map towards strengthening this capacity.
This book compiles the state of knowledge of this rapidly evolving field, and presents an integrated approach that includes technology, management and planning. It addresses the planning and organization of the entire faecal sludge management service chain, from the collection and transport of sludge and treatment options, to the final enduse or disposal of treated sludge. In addition to providing fundamentals and an overview of technologies, the book goes into details of operational, institutional and financial aspects, and provides guidance on how to plan a city-level faecal sludge management project with the involvement of all the stakeholders.
To know more: www.sandec.ch/fsm_book
This document is a comprehensive and user-friendly capacity development tool for sanitation solutions in emergency settings. It provides detailed information on key decision criteria for tried and tested emergency sanitation technologies and information on cross-cutting issues such as inclusive design, soil analysis and institutional framework, relevant to come up with informed sanitation technology decisions in emergencies.
- Tags: Communal Toilets, Desludging and Excreta Transportation, Desludging and Excreta Transportation, Drain Fields, Excreta / Urine ReUse, Excreta Composting, Excreta Management, Excreta Management, Excreta Treatment, Excreta Treatment, Faecal Sludge Management, Faecal Sludge Management, Household Toilets, Septic Tanks, Septic Tanks, Sewerage and Excreta Conveyance, Sewerage and Excreta Conveyance, Waste to Value, and Waste to Value. Organisations: BORDA, EAWAG, EAWAG, and Global WASH Cluster.
This document presents the results of a survey assessing the WASH readiness of schools in UNHCR-
supported refugee camps and refugee settlements. UNHCR and partners are using the results to improve water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) COVID-19 mitigation measures in schools and design targeted improvements to WASH facilities to allow for safe operation of schools.
- Tags: COVID-19.
The UNHCR WASH Monitoring System includes monitoring of refugee health facilities following the Joint Monitoring Program (JMP) guidelines, model questions and standard indicators. All refugee health facilities should be surveyed at least once a year. Indicators are tracked on the Refugee WASH in Health Facilities Dashboard.
The UNHCR WASH Monitoring System includes monitoring of refugee schools following the Joint Monitoring Program (JMP) guidelines, model questions and standard indicators. All refugee schools should be surveyed at least once a year. Indicators are tracked on the Refugee WASH in Schools Dashboard.
This training powerpoint presentation was used as part of a webinar for preparedness for safe operation of schools in refugee settings with relation to COVID-19. The webinar describes the rationale of data collection, how the data collection should be carried out, prioritised locations, timeline and specific practical training on mobile data collection using Open Data Kit (ODK) Collect.
This document presents recommended core questions to support harmonised monitoring of WASH in health care facilities as part of the SDGs. The core indicators and questions in this guide were developed by the Global Task Team for Monitoring WASH in HCF, convened by the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply, Sanitation
and Hygiene (JMP), and working under the auspices of the Global Action Plan on WASH in HCF. They are derived from current global normative documents, national standards and regulations, questions that have been used in facility assessment surveys and censuses, and the normative criteria of the human rights to water and sanitation: accessibility, availability, quality and acceptability.
- Organisations: UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNICEF, UNICEF, and WHO. Categories: WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, and WASH Reference Documents.