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Content Type: Resource
Date: Jan 2020
Location: Global

Fact sheet about ensuring environmental sustianability of WASH programs through building capacity in program planning.

Content Type: Resource
Date: Jan 2020
Location: Global

This training manual is the final output of the learning trajectory “environmental sustainability in WASH programs”, being part of the 2016 learning trajectory of the WASH Alliance International. ...

Content Type: Resource
Date: Jan 2020
Location: Global

Placing WASH interventions in the wider context of the natural environment and implementing an approach of integrated and sustainable management of water and waste(-water) flows and resources.

Content Type: Resource
Date: Jan 2020
Location: Global

A training on environmental sustainability showing links between hygiene/sanitation and 3R.

Content Type: Resource
Date: Jan 2020
Location: Global

Presentation discussing the differences between water supply v. water demand.

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): Dutch WASH Alliance
Date: Jan 2020
Location: Global

How can you support people in living healthy lives? One way is to ensure that they have access to enough clean water. Another is to support them in building proper sanitary facilities. Or to...

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): UNICEF
Date: Jan 2020
Location: Global

This document focuses on WASH sector EE functions but recognizes that the WASH EE sits in a broader country context that influences UNICEF’s work. It is a guide and resource for UNICEF country...

Content Type: Resource
Publisher(s): USAID
Date: Jan 2020
Location: Global

An overview of best practices drawn from lessons learned in the field over more than 30 years with both participatory approaches and technical design.

Content Type: Resource
Date: Jan 2020
Location: Global

This paper describes the main environment-related issues which should be considered and addressed in programs relating to WASH planning and ensuing practies in an emergency operation.

Content Type: Resource
Date: Jan 2020
Location: Global

This paper provides an overview of key concepts and considerations with regards to the environment and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) activities undetaken in emergency operations.

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