This WASHplus Weekly contains 2010 and 2011 resources about water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) issues in disaster or emergency situations. Please contact WASHplus if you have new or upcoming resources to add to this for future issues. Some of the resources in this Weekly include updates of WHO technical notes for WASH in emergencies, the 2011 SPHERE manual on WASH standards, links to USAID and other relevant websites.
- Re: New MHM brief available from PMA2020: Niger - by: SusannahClemence October 24, 2016Thank you for your kind response, Alec. If you hear of any such qualitative studies I would very much like to read them in detail - I am trying to keep up with the latest research, and it's not always easy to hear of it. Thanks again, Susannah
- Re: New MHM brief available from PMA2020: Niger - by: aks0813 October 24, 2016Hi Susannah, Thank you for your questions. For having everything the need, respondents are asked to self-report any resources, materials or changes in the environment that would help them to manage their menstrual hygiene that they do not already have. This ranges from options such as clean water, soap, absorbent materials, pain medication, safe facilities, […]
- Re: Thematic discussion: 24th October – 12th November 2016 (Linking WASH to other development sectors) - by: rochelleholm October 24, 2016Welcome to the Week 1 thematic discussion on Linking WASH to other development sectors. This week we will look at WASH and Nutrition. The session this week is being led by Megan Wilson-Jones and Dan Jones of WaterAid. Growing evidence suggests that the links between nutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) are stronger than previously understood. T […]
- Re: Request for advice on UDDT slab design - and drying in vaults that are below ground? - by: Angus October 24, 2016Thanks all for the advice, it's very useful! Controversially, we aren't putting a vent pipe on the first round of UDDTs. This is because normally for any type of latrine the vent pipe is the first thing to go wrong, and I think that in this hot climate the faeces will be able to dry through the drop holes and through gaps in the structure. If it se […]
- Re: New MHM brief available from PMA2020: Niger - by: SusannahClemence October 24, 2016
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