New Global Handwashing Partnership page: Hygiene in Emergencies

  • Bijan
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New Global Handwashing Partnership page: Hygiene in Emergencies

Handwashing with soap is critical to protecting health in emergency settings. Proper handwashing not only prevents the spread of disease after natural disasters, conflict, or other emergencies; it also supports recovery in health, education, and other sectors. Still, handwashing with soap has been identified as a major gap in emergency WASH interventions.

Visit the GHP’s new Hygiene in Emergencies page to find guidelines, tools, and other resources to promote and sustain handwashing in post-emergency settings. These include resources on handwashing behavior change and infrastructure for a range of emergency settings.

Do you have resources to share? Contact us to have your materials featured on the page.
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Re: New Global Handwashing Partnership page: Hygiene in Emergencies

Brian, Many thanks for this useful resource, we will be sure to feature it on our Emergency WASH Google Group,

groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/emergency-wash

Welcome to the Emergency WASH Google Group.This group is maintained by the Global WASH Cluster and USAID. Its purpose is to share information among group members about current research, upcoming events, etc. related to water, sanitation and hygiene issues in emergency situations.

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