Strategies for Supplying Water to Informal Areas and Handwashing in Public Places

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Strategies for Supplying Water to Informal Areas and Handwashing in Public Places

03 February 2021

 

The workshop provided information on the range of designs that have been implemented around the world to support improved handwashing. While this has not historically been a role for utilities, there is strong demand in many countries for utilities to support handwashing as a COVID-19 response measure.

The workshop was presented by John Dennis from Environmental Health Consulting (NZ) Ltd, Carlos Vasquez from UNICEF in PNG, and Seru Soderberg of Water Authority of Fiji. 

This learning event is part of the Pacific WASH webinar series that serves as a regional platform to advance knowledge and learning in utility operations and the broader WASH sector practice. 

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
03 Feb 2021 Insights from Partners Presentations: Strategies for Supplying Water to Informal Areas and Handwashing in Public Places
In this presentation, the speakers, share insights on handwashing and water supply in informal areas, the set-up of handwashing facilities, and how to...
Karl Galing, Carlos Vasquez, Seru Soderberg, Victor Bamog

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