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 schools as part of the SDGs. The questions in this guide were agreed upon by the Global Task Team for Monitoring WASH in Schools
in the SDGs, convened by the Joint Monitoring Programme for Water and Sanitation (JMP). They are based on the current global norms, existing national standards, questions in national censuses and multi-national surveys, global WASH in schools monitoring recommendations, and normative human rights criteria: availability, acceptability, accessibility and quality.
This paper looks in more detail at the concept of sustainability of water supply in protracted crisis and sets out a number of factors that should be considered if better service delivery arrangements are to be achieved.
This condensed briefing note describes the components of the UNHCR WASH Monitoring System in particular why monitor, when to monitor, and what to monitor.
This document contains recommendations for setting minimum Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) standards in health-care facilities in emergencies in order to provide an adequate and safe level of health-care in addition to minimizing the risk of health-care facility related infection for patients, staff and carers.
This document provides guidance on essential environmental health standards required for health care in medium- and low-resource countries and support the development and implementation of national policies. These guidelines have been written for use by health managers and planners, architects, urban planners, water and sanitation staff, clinical and nursing staff, carers and other health-care providers, and health promoters.
Tags: Drainage, Drainage, Excreta Management, Excreta Management, Medical Waste Management, Medical Waste Management, Solid Waste Management, Solid Waste Management, WASH in Health Care Facilities, WASH in Health Care Facilities, Water Supply, Water Supply, and Water Supply. Categories: WASH Indicators and Standards, WASH Indicators and Standards, WASH Policy Guidelines, WASH Policy Guidelines, and WASH Policy Guidelines.
PowerPoint PPT presentation from the webinar held on 11 Mar 2020 with WASH Cluster Members providing brief overview of the COVID-19 WASH situation, WASH response, technical resources, and WASH partner updates.
This resource reminds us the simple act of handwashing with soap remains the best defense against coronavirus, other outbreak pathogens and common global killers such as diarrhoeal diseases and respiratory infections. In this guide we give you practical tips for how to encourage community-level handwashing behaviour with the aim of controlling and preventing the spread of the coronavirus.
Tags: Hygiene Promotion, Hygiene Promotion, Hygiene Promotion, Hygiene Promotion, Public Health, Public Health, Public Health, and Public Health. Organisations: ACF, CAWST, LSHTM, and USAID.
This Interim Guidance addresses specific needs and considerations required in humanitarian situations, including camps and camp-like settings and the surrounding host communities, in scaling-up readiness and response operations for the COVID-19 outbreak through effective multi-sectoral partnership. The Guidance is developed in alignment with the WHO COVID-19 Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan.
Tags: Coronavirus, Coronavirus, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID-19, COVID-19, Handwashing with Soap, Handwashing with Soap, and Handwashing with Soap. Languages: English, English, English, English, English, English, English, English, English, and English. Organisations: IASC, IFRC, UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, UNHCR, WHO, WHO, WHO, and WHO. Categories: WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, WASH Reference Documents, and WASH Reference Documents.