Emergency Environmental Health Forum 2019- report and presentations

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Emergency Environmental Health Forum 2019- report and presentations

Please find the conference reports and presentations from the latest EEHF from 18-19th June 2019 at:

https://www.shareresearch.org/research/eehf-2019-event-report

Acknowledgements ............................................................................................ 3
Executive Summary ........................................................................................... 4
Opening address .............................................................................................. 6
Key Note Speech: Disease outbreaks and their control ................................................. 7
Panel Discussion: Capacity of the WASH Sector in epidemic and pandemic response ............ 9
Plenary 1: Cholera – prevention and preparedness ................................................... 12
Plenary 2: Handwashing, acceptability of interventions and community engagement ......... 16
Plenary 3: Cholera – control and containment of outbreaks ......................................... 23
Plenary 4: Hepatitis E and vector control ............................................................... 30
Plenary 5: Faecal sludge management and sanitation ................................................ 37
Plenary 6: Household water treatment and safe storage ............................................. 44

https://www.shareresearch.org/research/eehf-2019-presentations
Dan Campbell
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