Improving Nutrition Outcomes With Better Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: Practical Solutions for Policies and Programmes, 2015. WHO/USAID/UNICEF

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Re: WHO/USAID/UNICEF - document, called Improving Nutrition Outcomes With Better Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: Practical Solutions for Policies and Progr

There is another interesting publication: Integrating Water, Sanitation and Hygiene into Nutrition Programming.

More than 90 percent of deaths from diarrheal illnesses in young children are attributed to unsafe or inadequate water, sanitation, and hygiene practices. Using simple hygiene practices and having access to safe water and adequate sanitation this could greatly reduce under 5 deaths and improve child nutrition (UNICEF).

The publication reviews water treatment methods, household water treatment, hygiene principles and sanitation principles. The publication is available at:

washplus.org/sites/default/files/wash_nutrition2013.pdf

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Improving Nutrition Outcomes With Better Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: Practical Solutions for Policies and Programmes, 2015. WHO/USAID/UNICEF

Improving Nutrition Outcomes With Better Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: Practical Solutions for Policies and Programmes, 2015. WHO/USAID/UNICEF.

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This document provides an overview of the evidence of nutrition gains that can be achieved with
improved WASH, a description of key WASH practices, and practical knowledge and guidance on how to integrate WASH into nutrition programmes, including important monitoring and evaluation (M&E) aspects. The document concludes by providing a suite of case-studies and lessons learnt in integrating WASH with nutrition efforts.
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