WASH in Health Care Facilities: Global Strategy, Burden of Disease, and Evidence and Action Priorities

WASH in Health Care Facilities: Global Strategy, Burden of Disease, and Evidence and Action Priorities, 2016. SHARE Project.

This report summarises the discussions and outcomes of a series of three workshops on WASH in HCFs co-convened by WHO, UNICEF and SHARE in London, 21st-24th March 2016.

Bringing together around 50 stakeholders including WHO and UNICEF technical staff, health specialists, policy-makers, WASH experts and implementers, researchers and donors, the workshops sought to take stock on progress made since the 2015 global meeting in Geneva and plan how to maximize efforts, formulate the basis for developing a burden of disease framework associated with WASH in HCFs, and update the global action plan accordingly.

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