Being 'Fit for Purpose': Perspectives on Implementing Humanitarian Public Health & WASH Actions

Photo credit: Evan Schuurman/Save the Children

The changing nature of humanitarian crises has placed high expectations on the aid system, which is now called on to simultaneously address multiple issues, sectors, and types of vulnerability. This is especially true in protracted crises where practitioners must strike a balance between known, evidence-based interventions, and those that address the longer-term public health and WASH needs over a prolonged period of time.

This webinar will focus on how, as protracted crises persist, the WASH sector (and other sectors) need to continue to build their strategic priorities, human resources, and operational capacities to become "fit for purpose."

Webinar

When

31 Jul 2019
Time: 
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Duration: 
1 hour

Organizer

PRO-WASH

Where

Online

Related Geography

Presenters

Nada Abdelmagid | London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Peter Nyamoko  | Save the Children in Yemen