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Une page brève mise en évidence sélectionner les indicateurs d'hygiène menstruelle gestion du premier vague de l'enquête PMA2020 au Niger (à l'échelle nationale estimations représentatives), mis en place par le Water Institute à Johns Hopkins University.
Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) has long been considered a necessary companion to WASH interventions but the relationship between ‘doing’ and ‘observing’ continues to be a tricky one. Over three sessions during the UNC Water and Health conference last week, Professor Barbara Evans and Dr Jamie Bartram took participants through a highly interactive investigation of where M&E are currently at in the WASH world, which fuelled conversations both in and outside the sessions.
During 2014 and 2015, three research studies were carried out to examine the drivers and barriers to latrine adoption and the availability of desirable, affordable latrines in rural areas of Vietnam. The findings were used to develop integrated behavior change communication (BCC) and sanitation supply chain strengthening programs in Hoa Binh Province and the Mekong Delta region.
This WSP Learning Note shares insights and lessons.
On the 18th and 19th November 2o16, Chabula and Chungu Chiefdoms will be celebrating their ODF status. The report below documents the process by which the two chiefdoms achieved this and contains detailed numbers for the villages that fall within the two areas.
IRSP celebrated Global Handwashing day with a workshop with school kids and with Afghan refugees. This video shares images from the day.