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Many Hands: Harmonising Capacity, Knowledge and Documentation in Sanitation and Hygiene

Collaboration
A meeting of key representatives from the water, sanitation and hygiene sector produced a series of commitments to improve coordination for more effective results in for the sector by cementing a consensus on goals and actions needed in the sector. Organised by WSSCC, the November 2013 meeting brought together key partners from the sector, including Plan International, WaterAid and UNICEF, among others. Results of the day’s meeting are laid out in this new report, 'Many Hands: Harmonising Capacity, Knowledge and Documentation in Sanitation and Hygiene'. Participants at the meeting considered what water, sanitation and hygiene, or WASH-related capacity building remains to be achieved in the dynamic environments of Asia and Africa. They also looked at what documentation, learning and knowledge systems are required to achieve this goal, agreeing on a number of steps for moving forward.

East Africa Workshop on Scaling Up of CLTS and Enhancing Area Coverage – Nairobi, Kenya – 2014 Repor...

Collaboration
This document reports on an international workshop on Scaling up of CLTS and Enhancing Area Coverage: Running the last miles towards MDG sanitation targeting the next 24 months. The workshop brought together participants from eight African countries, as well as one Caribbean country, to share experience to date and chalk out strategies for moving the sanitation agenda forward over the next two years. Nearly all participants were highly experienced CLTS practitioners involved in mostly large-scale CLTS sanitation programmes. The workshop was designed to create a learning environment in which best practice, challenges and responses from the different countries could be shared, discussed, and where appropriate absorbed into the action plans of all countries. The eight African countries – hosts Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Somalia, Madagascar, Sudan, South Sudan and Ghana – represented a range of stages and scales of CLTS work, as well as a range of funding mechanisms and implementation modalities.

WASH in schools empowers girls’ education – Proceedings of the Menstrual Hygiene Management in Schoo...

Equality
Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and UNICEF convened the Second Annual Virtual MHM in WinS Conference at UNICEF Headquarters in New York City on 21 November 2013. Building on recommendations from the MHM 2012 virtual conference, the 2013 conference focused on the research tools and instruments being used to explore MHM barriers and practices and to evaluate the interventions being trialed or implemented in various contexts.

We Can’t Wait – A report on sanitation and hygiene for women and girls

Equality
A collaborative approach between governments, civil society and business is essential to getting the Millennium Development Goal sanitation target back on track. This is critical to improve the health and prosperity of women worldwide, said a new report jointly published by WSSCC, WaterAid and Unilever’s leading toilet brand Domestos. This report highlights the stark consequences for women and girls of the lack of access to toilets or use of good hygiene practices. One in three women worldwide risk shame, disease, harassment and even attack because they have nowhere safe to go to the toilet and 526 million women have no choice but to go to the toilet out in the open. Women and girls living without any toilets spend 97 billion hours each year finding a place to go. The report also brings together real life case studies of people in the developing world, alongside research from a variety of organizations and agencies that examine the impact of a lack of sanitation on women and girls.Il y a urgence - Rapport sur l’assainissement et l’hygiène en faveur des femmes et des filles

As We Grow Up – Flipbook

Equality
The images in the flipbook ‘As We Grow Up‘ allow participants to visualise the changes in the body that take place from childhood to adulthood. This in turn helps them feel comfortable about the body’s changing outward appearance. Taking this ‘show don’t tell’ approach eases the participants into the topic of menstruation.As We Grow Up - Flipbook in HindiAs We Grow Up - West Africa - Flipbook in EnglishAs We Grow Up - West Africa - Flipbook in FrenchAs We Grow Up - Flipbook in Chinese

MHM Lab Convenor’s Manual

Equality
The MHM Lab Convenor’s Manual is designed to help practitioners’ organize an MHM Lab event that brings menstrual hygiene out of the shadows. It uses simple yet effective approaches that address this taboo issue at scale – and across diverse geographies and contexts – and can be used throughout a wide range of cultural contexts.Lab Convenor’s Manual - Hindi

The Menstrual Wheel

Equality
The menstrual wheel helps answer the ‘how’ of the menstrual cycle, enabling participants to visualize the monthly cycle. Using the wheel helps answer questions on pain, blood, tissue/uterine wall discharge, and provides a link to talking about conception.Menstrual Wheel - FrenchMenstrual Wheel - HindiMenstrual Wheel - Chinese

MHM Training Manual - WASH & Health Practitioners

Equality
MHM Training Manual - EnglishMHM Training Manual - Hindi
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